In the second quarter of 2019 we began marketing efforts for our first homes in the Pittsburgh neighborhood; made significant progress on the design and financing of 1091 Tucker Avenue; completed work on 885 Smith Street and 1138 Harwell Street; and hired a Stewardship Manager. We were also thrilled to be included in the city … Continue Reading →
Welcome to the inaugural quarterly newsletter for the Atlanta Land Trust. We will be using this platform to share our progress, announce opportunities and highlight our partnerships. With full-time staff now in place, the Atlanta Land Trust is focused on implementing its mission to create permanently affordable housing in the city of Atlanta. In the … Continue Reading →
SOURCE: by Sonam Vashi, SaportaReport
After nearly five years leading MARTA’s efforts on transit-oriented developments, Amanda Rhein has been selected to become the new executive director of Atlanta Land Trust Inc.
Proponents of community land trusts say they offer the best chance of providing accommodation for low-to-moderate income earners in fast-growing cities, compared with other popular options.
SOURCE: The National
ULI Atlanta, an Urban Land Institute (ULI) district council, announces Amanda Rhein as the new chair for the Livable Communities Council (LCC), which works to improve metro Atlanta’s quality of life through collaborative efforts in housing, transit and connectivity.
Atlanta Land Trust received a Strong, Prosperous, And Resilient Communities Challenge (SPARCC) grant to quickly gain land along the Lee Street corridor through the creation of a revolving fund. This grant will help ensure that long-time residents don’t get displaced near the Westside BeltLine trail and Fort McPherson.