Downtown Gets A Facelift

April 5, 2012 12:00 AM
Downtown Gets A Facelift
" ATLANTA (WAOK) – Downtown Atlanta is getting a million makeover.

Central Atlanta Progress plans to take 10 million dollars to repair, replace and decorate parts of the downtown area that are dirty and deteriorating.

The money comes from the city, the state, the downtown booster club and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District.

In addition, CAP plans to add signage for pedestrians, re-strip the road, and update aging street signals.

The group says the make over will bring a new image to the downtown area which is important to Atlanta’s $11 billion tourism and convention business. "

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