Situated within the city of Atlanta, this vision study for Grant Park is an ambitious attempt to better connect the fabric of Atlanta’s urban environment. The project addresses the isolation of major attractions responsible for creating a disconnect within the unity of Atlanta’s masterplan. The new masterplan of Grant Park offers better transit opportunities and reinvigorates Boulevard and Georgia Avenue, creating major arteries, uniting isolated spaces, and crafting a better-connected city of Atlanta. The new plan’s use of Boulevard as a north-south connector from midtown to south of Interstate 20 makes use of Atlanta’s diverse city grid organization to enhance the cities uniqueness, rather than view the grids as only a limitation for consistent growth. This critical research study began with the investigation of Zoo Atlanta and its vision for the future; however, the study quickly revealed the success of the plan involves more than just the zoo, as it is part of a larger cultural attraction: Grant Park. Furthermore, the study shows that Grant Park’s relationship to the city of Atlanta and its major destinations must be understood. A better plan of Zoo Atlanta can be developed by analyzing this relationship, its problems, and the opportunities open to exploration, and bilaterally, we can achieve a better understanding of what is necessary for Atlanta to become a better, more connected city, prepared for the 21st century. This project stands as a way to describe the findings in our studies. It represents a model of thought moving forward in the future of the city of Atlanta.