Grant Park

(30312) Actively re-developing for the last 10 years, Grant Park is the oldest city park in Atlanta. Its neighborhood of the same name is one of Atlanta’s oldest and most important historic districts, bordered by: Cabbagetown on the north Ormewood Park on the east Boulevard Heights on the southeast Chosewood…

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Kirkwood

                  (30317) Hello Kirkwood! If you haven’t been to this hopping neighborhood, you’ll want to make plans to go soon. A popular streetcar stop in the early 1900’s, Kirkwood is a desirable area for all ages. Young families, empty nesters, and others…

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Glenwood Park

(30316) Located between Grant Park and East Atlanta, Glenwood Park has only officially been around for 11 years. Inspired by the likes of Charleston, Savannah, and Athens, the neighborhood was “designed for people” and “emphasizes quality over quantity”. Walkability was a key consideration in Glenwood Park’s development along with environmental…

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Candler Park

                  (30307) Named after Coca-Cola magnate Asa Griggs Candler, who donated the land for the park of its same name, this adorable urban enclave is in the middle of Decatur, Kirkwood, Edgewood, Poncey-Highland, Virginia-Highland, and Druid Hills. It’s an “everyone friendly” community…

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