PATH400 Greenway Trail
The first phase, connecting Old Ivy Road to Tower Place, opened on January 9. Check out Livable Buckhead on Twitter for highlights of this event.
The second phase, connecting Old Ivy Road to Wieuca, is currently under construction, with completion expected in 2016.
Subsequent phases are in various stages of construction, easement acquisition and final design. For up to date information, go to Livable Buckhead.
The 5.2-mile PATH400 Greenway Trail will be the spine of Buckhead’s Trails and Greenways Subsystem, part of the Buckhead Collection, connecting parks, trails, schools and neighborhoods to the urban core of Buckhead and ultimately to the Atlanta BeltLine.
The trail extends from a historic cemetery site and trailhead off Loridans Drive south to the Atlanta BeltLine’s Peachtree Creek spur trail. It will wind through the North Buckhead, Peachtree Park and Lindmont LaVista neighborhoods, providing an alternate mode of transportation and recreational activity for residents.
When complete, the trail will be a paved, 10- to 14-foot-wide multi-use path suitable for cyclists, skaters, walkers and runners.
The PATH400 Greenway Trail is a partnership between Buckhead CID, Livable Buckhead and the PATH Foundation, and is estimated to cost $10 to $12 million in design, construction and landscape costs. Buckhead CID has donated approximately $3 million to the PATH400 Greenway Trail.
For more information, see below:
- What else is in store for PATH400?
- Tips for enjoying PATH400
- Future phases of the greenway
- View total project cost
- See the greenway
- Check out our video about the greenway