Our Locations

Branching out – now with three locations!

 

Trees Atlanta now operates out of three locations in Atlanta. We invite you to pay us a visit at our headquarters at the LEED Platinum Certified Kendeda Center in Reynoldstown, where most of our staff resides and where we host community and education events throughout the year.

The majority of our education programs, including camps, speaker series, workshops and training classes, take place at the TreeHouse. Less than a mile from the Kendeda Center, our environmental and research center is on Krog Street, adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine and the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum.

Our tree planting and maintenance operations are now located at Murphy Crossing, a large industrial site adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail. Volunteers for our weekday projects meet at Murphy Crossing before the project start time and ride with the coordinators to the project sites for the day.

 

Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center

 

The LEED Platinum Certified Kendeda Center is not only the home of Trees Atlanta, but also an exquisite hall for parties, weddings, corporate retreats, and other events. Centrally located in Reynoldstown, the Kendeda Center is convenient to downtown Atlanta, I-75/85, and I-20.

If you wish to reach a staff member, please visit our staff page for phone numbers and emails. If you are interested in hosting your next event here, please visit our Rent Our Venue page.

 

Address & Office Hours

 

Kendeda Center Address:  225 Chester Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA 30316

Office Hours:  Monday – Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (excluding holidays)

 

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Parking Information

We encourage you to walk, bike, or carpool to visit us at the Kendeda Center. While onsite parking is limited to 25 spaces, we can arrange for event parking less than 1 block south of our building at the Atlanta Habitat for Humanity lot. Street parking is also available along some of the neighborhood streets, including Chester Avenue, Fulton Terrace, and Harold Avenue.


Trees Atlanta TreeHouse

 

 

The TreeHouse, the education branch of Trees Atlanta, was established in 2015 and is Trees Atlanta’s environmental and education and research center. The newly retrofitted space features flexible multipurpose areas for classes, workshops, and meetings. Innovative features include seasonally changing exhibits and interactive exploration zones for all ages.

If you wish to reach a staff member, please visit our staff page for phone numbers and emails.

Address & Office Hours

 

TreeHouse Address: 112 Krog Street, Suite 7, Atlanta GA 30307 (The Stove Works)
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (excluding holidays)

The TreeHouse is open for visitors Monday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm. Please feel free to call or email (404-458-4515 x 1#; treehouse@treesatlanta.org) to make an appointment for group visits and general information. Drop ins during Visitor Hours are welcome.

 

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Parking Information

We encourage you to walk, bike, or carpool to visit us at the Treehouse. There is very limited public parking in the following areas nearby:

  • The Stove Works parking deck
  • Optional valet parking at Stove Works for evening events (fee)
  • Gravel lot at the corner of Irwin Street & Krog Street (fee)
  • Parking lot at the Krog Street Market (fee)
  • Street parking around the neighborhood (where permitted)

Public Transit

We are accessible via the Atlanta BeltLine near the Irwin Street access point of the Eastside Trail. The Inman Park – Reynoldstown Marta Station is located 0.8 miles from the TreeHouse. Similarly, it is a 0.9 mile walk from the King Memorial Station of the Atlanta Streetcar.


Trees Atlanta at Murphy Crossing

 

Trees Atlanta’s Operations Center is located at the 20-acre Murphy Crossing site. Once home to the State Farmers Market, the site, which is owned by Atlanta BeltLine Inc., is slated for a large redevelopment project in the near future. It is located on Murphy Avenue, adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail- a 3-mile multi-use corridor that connects Washington Park to Adair Park. The trail is in proximity to the Ashby and West End MARTA stations.

Address & Office Hours

 

Murphy Crossing Address: 1050 Murphy Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30310
Office Hours: Please enter the gate off of Sylvan Road. Volunteer access is available during specified hours, typically 30 minutes before the project start time, as noted in your volunteer confirmation email, during the week. Otherwise the parking lot gate at Murphy Crossing is typically locked. Please feel free to call (404-998-8020) if you need to access the lot. When you come in the lot, head toward the end of the building on your right and look for the door with the Trees Atlanta sign.

 

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Parking Information

Secure volunteer parking is available during regularly scheduled weekday volunteer projects.

Public Transit

The Oakland City Marta Station is located 1 mile from Murphy Crossing. Similarly, it is a 1 mile walk from the West End Marta Station.