Atlanta still transforming
Downtown Atlanta, in terms of tourism, used to be a place families avoided. Despite all its assets, it never seemed like a downtown area that you wanted to walk around in. via The Albany Herald
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#1 Mar 13, 2008
I am new resident in downtown in the Ivan Allan Plaza. Downtown has changed significantly in the last few years. Although most of the development and buzz have occurred near Centennial Park and the Aquarium, there is indeed life and investment at Peachtree and Ellis and at Underground. Additionally the neighborhoods south and northwest are transforming rapidly. The addition of the aquarium, the coke museum and the potential civil and human right museum are powerful engines. The city need to maintain it's support for a few more years. Downtown is happening now!
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