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5-Week Event Challenges Residents + Workers to Discover Midtown’s Transportation Network

On the Job with Midtown Green

City of Atlanta Recognizes ‘Top Performing’ Midtown Buildings for Energy, Water Savings

Unique Midtown Art Experiences Color Outside the Lines

Dynamic Districts: Midtown + Downtown Moving on All Cylinders 

On the Rise: More People Biking in Midtown

NEW: IN*MidtownATL App Rewards Midtown Alliance Members with Exclusive Offers + Experiences

Public Art: New Sculpture Devours Car at Bustling Midtown Intersection

Dog Days of Summer: More Businesses Cater to Pet-Friendly Living in Midtown

Thriving Offices: Co-Working Spaces a hit in Midtown


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On the Job with Midtown Green

Midtown Green’s crew is on the ground every day and literally sweating the details that make Midtown – where you’ll find an average of more than 100K people every day – a clean, green and inviting destination.

By the numbers, for the month of June, the Midtown Green team hauled off 883 trash bags of waste and debris, removed 513 instances of graffiti, took down more than 150 illegally-posted advertising signs, and performed countless other jobs from mucking out storm drains to watering trees. Come along as we shadow a few of the Midtown Green team who brave the summer heat to keep Midtown looking sharp. Read More »

Tag: Midtown Alliance

Posted: August 3, 2017


City of Atlanta Recognizes ‘Top Performing’ Midtown Buildings for Energy, Water Savings

The City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Resilience recently honored top buildings and leaders committed to energy and water conservation through the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge (ABBC), the City’s nation-leading public-private sustainability initiative. Through the program, commercial buildings aim to reduce energy and water consumption by at least 20 percent by 2020. Read More »

Tags: Midtown Alliance, EcoDistrict, Sustainability

Posted: August 3, 2017


5-Week Event Challenges Residents + Workers to Discover Midtown’s Transportation Network

Thanks to regionally-connected transit options, miles of bike lanes and tree-lined sidewalks, and real-time travel info inside building lobbies and on mobile devices, driving less in Midtown Atlanta has never been easier. To encourage drive-alone commuters in Midtown to sample more of the options surrounding them, Midtown Transportation – a program of Midtown Alliance – is challenging residents and workers to Go Car-Lite.  Read More »

Tags: Midtown Alliance, Transportation, Midtown Alliance Events

Posted: August 3, 2017


Unique Midtown Art Experiences Color Outside the Lines

In an effort to bring new experiences to Midtown workers and residents, the High Museum of Art, Center for Puppetry Arts and the Breman Museum have joined forces to develop their newest program, Lunchtime Culture. Once a month, these institutions give the Midtown community a chance to get out briefly in the middle of the day, visit a museum, and experience art first-hand. The collaboration was borne out of a collective desire to further engage the Midtown community in the arts and cultural attractions that are only steps away.  Read More »

Tag: Arts

Posted: August 2, 2017


Dynamic Districts: Midtown + Downtown Moving on All Cylinders 

The real estate community convened on Wednesday, June 19th for insights into what’s ahead for two of Atlanta’s most dynamic districts. The takeaway? “Downtown and Midtown are where you can already see our City’s dynamic future taking root,” explained Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed. “These districts are moving on all cylinders.”

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Tag: Development

Posted: July 18, 2017


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