Places

Places is a community-created wiki of buildings, streets, public spaces, new urban developments, old urban neighborhoods, and regions. To find places, click at right on any type or location. Guidelines.

Riverwalk

Chattanooga, Tennessee For many years, the lush banks of the majestic Tennessee River were all but inaccessible to most Chattanooga ...
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Ansley Park

Atlanta, Georgia Ansley Park, one of Atlanta’s most prestigious neighbor­hoods, was developed as an auto-oriented suburb with wide, winding streets ...
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Chautauqua

Chautauqua County, New York Chautauqua is a lakefront summer colony founded in 1874 as a Methodist summer camp.  The camp ...
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Castleberry Hill

Atlanta, Georgia Castleberry Hill, named after a topographic rise that peaked along Walker Street on land owned by an early ...
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Fairlie-Poplar

Atlanta, Georgia Fairlie-Poplar, Atlanta’s historic commercial center and part of Atlanta’s Downtown, saw significant growth follow­ing the Civil War. As ...
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Inman Park

Atlanta, Georgia Developer Joel Hurt conceived Inman Park in the late 1880s as a rural oasis connected to Downtown Atlanta ...
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Grant Park

Atlanta, Georgia Grant Park is on of Atlanta’s first streetcar neighborhoods that showcases restored Victorian and Arts and Crafts homes ...
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Boundary Street Redevelopment

Beaufort, South Carolina A new master plan and code is transforming the Boundary Street Redevelopment District, the gateway to the ...
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Cabbagetown

Atlanta, Georgia Cabbagetown is the oldest and largest mill village in Atlanta. While other historic Atlanta neighborhoods have consistent housing ...
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Kirkwood

Atlanta, Georgia The town of Kirkwood developed shortly after the Civil War as a whistle stop along the Georgia Railroad ...
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