All Adair Park neighbors are invited to come have their photograph taken by artist Jamani Chavis. The photos will be displayed in the Pittsburgh Yards development at 352 University Ave.
Saturday, Jan. 25 from 9 – 11 a.m Bonnie Brae Park
The art installation will feature residents from across NPU-V. We need YOU to make sure Adair Park’s people and personality is reflected in this exhibit!
How to Prepare: JUST BE YOU!
Come as you are! Don’t fret about dressing up, just grab your family (or a neighbor!) and stop by for a photo! Please spread the word to our senior neighbors who may not be connected to Adair Park Today online.
King Williams and Dr. Renée Skeete sat down with with Adam Parker, a Director at Carter USA on their latest rehab project, The MET, here in Adair Park, as well as other topics including Summerhill. Read more on Saporta Report >
As a Capitol View resident of nearly 20 years, Neda Abghari has often ventured into nearby Adair Park, gazed upon the Academic Gothic architecture of George W. Adair School, and wondered what it used to be, below the surface, on a deeper level than classroom education.
Built in 1912, the school was the community’s central hub for decades, a relic of a time before school cafeterias, when kids were sent home for lunch each day, laughing, teasing, chasing each other en route. The school closed about 45 years ago, as surrounding neighborhoods tumbled into blight, and the building functioned as central offices and meeting space for Atlanta Public Schools until the roof sprung leaks in the 1990s—an issue that six layers of tarps failed to resolve. Abghari’s visits to the old school in its most exposed, dank, and weather-ravaged state were disheartening. Read more >
Virginia-Highland? You’re way too late, my friend. Old Fourth Ward? You’re lucky to find an affordable apartment. Inman Park? Keep playing the lottery. If you’re looking to buy a starter home along the Atlanta Beltline, turn your back to the Eastside Trail and head to southwest Atlanta, where strong neighborhoods along the under-construction Westside Trail — Capitol View, Westview, West End, and Capitol View Manor to mention a few — are seeing vacant houses turn back into homes and new residents join longtimers.
As mentioned at the last Adair Park Today meeting, Councilmember Shepherd’s Office and Park Design has invited Adair Park residents to come and voice their thoughts, ideas and concerns around the re-design of Adair Park II.
The meeting will be held on January 14th, at 2PM, at 233 Peachtree Street, 17th Floor.
We’ve been encouraged to bring our top three ideas for improvements to the park. Please contact Nell Brimmer, Chair of Friends of Adair Parks at firstname.lastname@example.org.