Invest Atlanta recently approved the 252 units along the Beltline’s soutside and eastside trails, according to a news release about the developments. The BeltLine Affordable Housing Trust Fund contributed $2 million toward each development.
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252 affordable housing units to go up on Atlanta Beltline 

Residents in Atlanta’s south and east sides will soon see more affordable housing options. 

Invest Atlanta recently approved the 252 units along the Beltline’s southside and eastside trails, according to a news release about the developments.

Located in Peoplestown, the development 55 Milton will contain 136 units and sit on the Southside Trail, a 4-mile corridor that will connect to the Beltline’s east and west trails. 

The BeltLine Affordable Housing Trust Fund contributed $2 million toward each development. 


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Another development, Madison Reynoldstown, will sit on the Beltline’s east trail and consist of 116 units. Seventy-eight will be reserved for families earning 60 percent of the area’s median income. The development will be one of four affordable housing units in the area, which include Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing, Reynoldstown Senior and the Edge. 


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Channel 2's Justin Wilfon reports.

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