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Atlanta City Council Considers Sale of Inman Park Trolley Barn

The Inman Park Trolley Barn was built in the 1880s as a maintenance facility for Atlanta’s electric street railway line, and the City of Atlanta bought it in the 1970s. Now it is rented out as event space, but the Atlanta City Council is considering selling the property in order to receive property taxes. The nonprofit organization Atlanta and Edgewood Street Railway Company plans to raise funds to purchase the building, as they have the right of first refusal. Inman Park has historic zoning that would prevent the barn from being demolished or dramatically altered. Read more:

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One Response to “Atlanta City Council Considers Sale of Inman Park Trolley Barn”

  • Remember coming to Atlanta as a little girl to ride the trolley. Not San Francisco but still exciting when you’re twelve.

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