Historic Fourth Ward Park

Historic Fourth Ward Park is perhaps the most visible sign for most Atlantans of the transformative nature of the Atlanta BeltLine. Dedicated by Mayor Kasim Reed on June 18, 2011, Historic Fourth Ward Park is a glistening oasis where there once stood little more than cracked asphalt, trash-strewn fields, and an empty promise of something more.

From the Atlanta Beltline website

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Address

Historic Fourth Ward Park, 680 Dallas Street Atlanta, GA 30308

Website

beltline.org/parks/historic-fourth-ward-park/

Phone

(404) 546-6757

 

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