The latest online survey for the Buckhead business district master plan is seeking input from residents and visitors about Lenox Road streetscape improvements.

The Lenox Road improvements were a previously independent project now folded into the master plan, called “BUCKHEAD REdeFINED.” The project focuses on the curving stretch of Lenox between East Paces Ferry and Piedmont roads. One of Buckhead’s major streets, that section includes the Buckhead and Lenox MARTA Stations; the Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza malls; a Ga. 400 overpass; and the PATH400 multi-use trail.

A map of the section of Lenox Road targeted for streetscape improvements from the BUCKHEAD REdeFINED master plan website.

The survey is available here.

A previous survey, asking about Buckhead’s “placemaking” and connectivity, has extended its deadline through Dec. 2 and is available here.

The first survey in the series asked about another major project folded into the master plan: the concept of a large park capping Ga. 400 between Lenox and Peachtree roads.

For more information about the master plan, see

John Ruch

John Ruch is an Atlanta-based journalist. Previously, he was Managing Editor of Reporter Newspapers.

One reply on “Buckhead master plan online survey seeks input for Lenox Road”

  1. Buckhead,

    As that corridor is used by the masses to get to say Emory from Chastain Park and East Cobb, what is need is the following.

    Lennox Road from the Marta Station to 85 needs to be four lanes minimum. Wieuca needs additional lanes also as it’s the way those from East Cobb and points north get to Lennox and Emory area. Failure to fix that problem will resolve nothing.

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