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Old Ivy Park – Design Concept

13925094_1269809263032006_9019308223005856787_nUnder the leadership of Hon. Councilmember Howard Shook, Old Ivy Park was acquired by a unique partnership between the City of Atlanta’s Department of Parks and Recreation and Livable Buckhead, a local nonprofit organization.

Old Ivy Park is a 0.7 acre parcel located on Old Ivy Road at the junction with the recently completed phase one of PATH400 Greenway in Buckhead. Old Ivy Park serves multiple community needs, serving as a point of interest for walkers and cyclists on PATH400 as well as a gathering spot and neighborhood park for North Buckhead residents – both in the single family neighborhoods and the urban high rises just across Lenox Road.

Following a series of public meetings, stakeholder meetings and steering committee input a conceptual plan for Old Ivy Park was drafted for the future of Old Ivy Park. A public meeting was held on August 22nd, to obtain the public’s valuable input, feedback and comments regarding the conceptual plan for Old Ivy Park.

A copy of the presentation available for download here.  After reviewing the design concepts, we would love to hear your feedback!

Old Ivy Park Design Concept (Click to Enlarge)

Old Ivy Park Design Concept (Click to Enlarge)

Draft Perspective Sketch (Click to enlarge)

Draft Perspective Sketch (Click to enlarge)

Draft Perspective Sketch

Draft Perspective Sketch (Click to enlarge)