Periodically someone will ask me about the Lindbergh City Center development around the Lindbergh MARTA station, and I usually have to plead ignorance. It was among the earliest "Smart Growth" projects in Atlanta, so early in the development I followed events closely, particularly the negotiations with the various neighborhood groups. The project began with a great deal of fanfare as Bellsouth announced that it was going to begin moving its offices to more central locations around the MARTA stations, and that facilitating mixed use around the Lindbergh MARTA station was one of its objectives.
Since then we've had the more fast tracked Smart Growth of Atlantic Station, the more consistent New Urbanism of Glenwood Park, and the interesting high profile hybrid the Edgewood Retail District. Consequently I lost track of the progress around Lindbergh City Center.
On one of the email forums associated with New Urbanism Lee Sobel of the EPA posted a link to an article in the online commercial real estate newsletter The Slatin Report entitled Smart Growth, Slowly (click here to go to the article) which provides a good succinct summary of the progress since I last paid any attention to the Lindbergh City Center.
Here are a few other links to information about Lindbergh City Center:
American Public Transit Association's announcement of the ribbon cutting ceremony for phase I
A few photos of the MARTA station itself, from world.nycsubway.org a site I've just discovered
which seems to be devoted to subway systems, and which has a lot of good photos.