Grant Park

Grant Park


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 Park on the south, and
  • Summerhill and Peoplestown on the west

Founded in 1882, most of Grant Park’s homes and buildings were built in its first 40 years. The 2nd oldest house in Atlanta, the 1858 mansion of Lemuel P. Grant, still stands in the neighborhood. And just like Inman Park, Grant Park has the largest remaining area of Victorian architecture in Atlanta. Close to downtown, this neighborly hood has something for everyone. The park is a popular thoroughfare for both exercisers and commuters, while interesting galleries, shops, and restaurants abound. The zoo – home to America’s only twin Giant Panda cubs – as well as the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum, take up its residence in Grant Park. While Grant Park celebrates its signature trees with an annual Summer Shade Festival, it shows-off its historic and new homes each December during a Candlelight Tour of Homes. Whenever you visit Grant Park for one of these special occasions, just a day, or to check it out for your future ITP neighborhood, you’ll be glad you did.

Grant Park’s Atlanta Public Schools:

  • Parkside Elementary School
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School
  • Maynard Holbrook Jackson High School

August-November 2016:

  • Average listing price – $394, 234.00