Neighborhood Meeting-Jenkins Metal Redevelopment

 

The developers of the Jenkins Metals site, Thrive Homes, has scheduled a meeting for the neighborhood to learn of and discuss its plans.  Their email to IPNA reads, "Thrive would like to invite Inman Park neighbors to an informational meeting to begin a discussion about Thrive’s vision for the Jenkins Steel property and get everyone’s feedback and concerns."   
The meeting will be at Little 5 Points Community Center on Monday November 13th at 6:30pm.

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Neighborhood Meeting: Jenkins Metal Redevelopment

The developers of the Jenkins Metals site, Thrive Homes, has scheduled a meeting for the neighborhood to learn of and discuss its plans.  
The meeting will be at Little 5 Points Community Center on Monday November 13th at 6:30pm.
This site is crucially important.  Its proximity to the Beltline means that what gets developed there will influence how we all experience that vital feature of our neighborhood.  The site also occupies a defining piece of geography.  It defines the transition from the denser mixed commercial/residential developments that exist along the Beltline corridor (Krog Street Market, the Alexan, etc.) to the quieter and less dense residential areas.  What ends up being built here will have a significant impact on the character of our neighborhood.  If you can, please plan to attend the meeting.

RSVP for the IPNA Holiday Party 

The Trolley Barn will play host to the IPNA annual Holiday Party. Join your neighbors Friday, December 8, 2017 for a fully catered, buffet supper and full bar. Doors open at 7:00pm. Wear your dancing shoes! Jules and the Gents will be playing live for you to showcase your sweet dance moves! As a member you and guest can attend for free. Additional guests are $25.00 and can be paid during registration. Click here to RSVP.  If you have any questions email communications@inmanpark.org