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Offensive Cartography; Storefront Rebirths; Bike Lanes

All the latest neighborhood and real estate news from Curbed Atlanta.

CITYWIDE— The Internet belched up the most offensive "districting" map of all time this week. But it's worth a chuckle, with the disclaimer that tried-and-true Atlantans of all sorts may, for one reason or another, get pissed off. Reaction to the map here.

VIRGINIA HIGHLAND— The renovation of two storefronts in a key retail stretch of Virginia Highland is nearly complete. Behind it all sits an old movie theater almost nobody seems to know about. More here.

CITYWIDE— In what sounds like tremendous news for Atlanta bicycling enthusiasts, a national initiative called the Green Lane Project is planning an intensive, two-year program to build better, safer bike lanes in six cities: Atlanta, Boston, Denver, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, and Seattle.

PONCEY-HIGHLANDS— In sad news, Murder Kroger is now officially called BeltLine Kroger.
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