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Atlantas elevated Buckhead Park will connect a city separated by highways

Rogers Partners and Nelson Byrd Waltz are the firms behind the project, and they hope to inspire other cities that are seemingly broken apart by sprawling highways to reintegrate and offer locals a beautiful gathering place. In Buckhead’s case, the area was divided by busy streets in the 1990s, causing a community divide. Rogers Partners explains how the project will "make the area whole again, providing the public with safe, easy and efficient access to the many amenities in the district.
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