The artist name found on the plaque is DAVID LANDIS. The title of his sculpture is NORTHERN WHITE. When the appropriate letters are filled into the numbered boxes, the solution reads TRAVEL TRAIL SOUTH TO FIRST BRIDGE UNDERPASS.
Box 1: IT FEELS FRESH
Box 2: HONK
Box 3: HOLA SENOR
Box 4: I USED NOT TO CARE
Box 5: CAN YOU SPARE SOME CHANGE
Box 6: IT SURE WAS
Box 7: TO HOBOKEN
When the boxes are filled in correctly, the bold column will reveal the destination SKATE PARK which is north on the BeltLine near the starting point.
The alarm clock, plant, and plug symbols do not appear on the sign. Therefore, the compiled instruction reads HEAD NORTH ON BELTLINE, LOOK FOR OLD TRAIN TRACKS, AT WOODEN BRIDGE ON THE LEFT.
The maze’s path intersects with letters that spell FOLLOW PATH NORTH TO SCULPTURE OF TALL METAL COLUMNS ON RIGHT.
The tree at the metal sculpture is a Bur Oak. The stone in front of the tree reveals the species name of the tree is Quercus Macrocarpa. Drawing a straight line between Q-U-E-R-C-U-S intersects with the words TAKE PATH NORTH TO WARNING SIGN ON ROOFTOP.
The last 7 words on the sign read MAN ON TOP OR SIDE OF CAR. When those words are substituted with the code words, the solution reads CONTINUE NORTH TO WHEEL SCULPTURES ON LEFT.
The last name of the artist is RODRIGUEZ. The last word in the sculpture’s title is WHEELS. The intersecting words found at each coordinate will read RETURN SOUTH TO AREA JUST BEFORE BRIDGE OVER PONCE DE LEON AVENUE.
The four words engraved above the entrance to Ponce City Market are SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. The redistributed letters form the solution GO SOUTH AND STOP AT ROAD VIEW NORTH AVE ON RIGHT.
The uncircled letters in the word search spell TAKE BELTLINE SOUTH AND RETURN TO CLUE NUMBER FIVE LOCATION.
The number of metal columns is SIXTY EIGHT. The solution to the arrow code reads GO SOUTH TO RUSTY COLUMN STATUE TO THE RIGHT.
Clue #3 – Last four of the phone number: 6813
Clue #9 – Year that the building was constructed: 1926
Clue #10 – Number of stories at BoA Plaza: 55
Clue #11 – Number on the statue’s base: 2013
The numeric code can then be solved to reveal RYAN GRAVEL as the Georgia Tech student who originated the idea of the BeltLine.