The half-mile green space and gathering place will soar above Georgia 400 in Buckhead, creating an innovative 9-acre “cap park” atop the highway with a direct connection to MARTA’s Buckhead rail station. HUB404 Atlanta GA will transform the core of Buckhead, creating a public realm missing today, and providing a place for civic life to flourish in a district unlike anything else in the American South.
HUB404 Atlanta GA will reconnect, from north to south and east to west, a part of Atlanta divided by the Georgia 400 freeway, and be a critical component of multiple efforts to increase the walkability of Buckhead. Because of the direct connection to MARTA’s rail system, HUB404 Atlanta GA will be accessible to all of Atlanta, and provide the opportunity for bridging community divides.Learn More
For cities around the country, well-designed community green spaces have resulted in significant and measurable economic benefits. Similar projects in New York, Boston, Seattle and Dallas created a vastly increased tax base, and created thousands of jobs and residential units for their respective cities.
It is estimated that real estate development around HUB404 Atlanta GA will bring an estimated 16,300 new construction jobs, 11,000 permanent jobs and 1,600 new residents to Atlanta, along with additional tax revenues to support a growing city.
With conceptual studies and surveying now complete, HUB404 Atlanta GA is poised to begin engineering and final design in 2020, with construction expected to be completed by 2025. Funding for the project will come from a mix of private and public funds, including a variety of local and state sources. The HUB404 Conservancy Board is now raising funds from the private sector to make HUB404 Atlanta GA a reality, with the goal of securing funding to complete the first phase of engineering and the final design in 2020.Learn More