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Atlanta Neighborhoods - Eastside

Cabbagetown/Reynoldstown Neighborhood

The popular neighborhood was known as Factory Town or Fulton Mill Village before it became Cabbagetown. Its narrow streets and crooked lanes ? and those of nearby Reynoldstown ? aren?t suitable for crosstown traffic, and that suits residents just fine. Rows of shotgun houses and old brick buildings ... | more...

Candler Park Neighborhood

The Candler Park neighborhood is situated on 55 acres of greenspace that Coca-Cola founder Asa Candler donated as a city park to Atlanta in 1922, a wooded area bordered by Ponce De Leon Avenue and McLendon. Tucked in and around grassy, rolling hills, the park features a nine-hole golf course a swimm... | more...

Druid Hills/Emory Neighborhood

The Emory University/North Druid Hills area provides a kind of middle ground to the landscaped estates of Buckhead and the casual atmosphere of Decatur. Druid Hills features leafy neighborhoods and large homes ? it provided the location for the title character's mansion in Driving Miss Daisy. Plus, ... | more...

East Atlanta Neighborhood

With its bars, music venues and restaurants and pop-up bistros, East Atlanta is the hub of Atlanta's underground nightlife and the city's trendsetting counterculture. It's also where many people who live OTP choose to go ITP on the weekends. But don't despair, there is a high-enough concentration of... | more...

East Lake Neighborhood

When Asa Candler wasn't busy building a soft drink empire, he was purchasing a vast stretch of land that now makes up the East Lake Golf Club. Once Bobby Jones' home course, it is now ranked among the best golf courses in the world. The neighborhood has undergone a radical transformation in recent y... | more...

Grant Park Neighborhood

This leafy neighborhood boasts one of Atlanta's grandest parks, established in 1883, polished up in 1903 by the Olmstead brothers, and revitalized in 1996 by a group that became the Grant Park Conservancy. Bounded on two sides by the Beltline, the historic 'hood can have the cozy, genteel feel of a ... | more...

Inman Park Neighborhood

Inman Park is where members of the city's creative class go when they hit the big time ? or where those seeking the refuge of quaint coach houses or partitioned Victorians go to fake it. It's the perfect mix of resplendence and cool. Founded in the 1890s, the neighborhood prides itself on being Atla... | more...

Kirkwood Neighborhood

About five miles east of Five Points, Kirkwood began as a pastoral, turn-of-the-century Atlanta streetcar suburb. Nowadays, Kirkwood is still a fascinating hodgepodge of grand Victorian-style homes, quaint bungalows, parks, and small businesses. Its retail district has blossomed, with most amenities... | more...

Lake Claire Neighborhood

Twice a month, free spirits convene in the Lake Claire neighborhood for its public drum circle. The drumming starts at sundown, and the beat goes on until nearly midnight. This bohemian paradise is an oasis in the heart of Atlanta, rooted in the values of diversity, community, and neighborly love. L... | more...

Lindridge-Martin Manor Neighborhood

Behind the strip clubs, sex shops, and frozen-in-time restaurants of Cheshire Bridge Road is a more residential side, Lindridge-Martin Manor, featuring large lots, modest homes, and the South Fork Peachtree Creek. Through the South Fork Conservancy, the community has worked to clean, restore, and ma... | more...

Little Five Points Neighborhood

Situated a few miles east of downtown Atlanta, at what used to be the intersections of Euclid, Moreland, McLendon, and Seminole avenues, Little Five Points is so named because, yes, it?s a smaller version of Five Points downtown. Once vying to be the Greenwich Village of Atlanta, it?s become more th... | more...

Morningside/Lenox Park Neighborhood

Morningside is a neighborhood in Northeast Atlanta that touches Emory/Sage Hill, Virginia-Highland, Ansley Park and Piedmont Heights. | more...

Oakland Neighborhood

Tiny Oakland is bound by MARTA?s east-west rail line to the north, Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to the south, Grant Street to the east, and the Downtown Connector to the west. Oakland does not contain the famous landmark with which it shares a name ? Atlanta?s Oakland Cemetery is situated one block ... | more...

Old Fourth Ward Neighborhood

Long known as the historic "Sweet Auburn" neighborhood associated with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement - the MLK Center, his boyhood home and Ebenezer Baptist Church where he preached are all within walking distance - the Old Fourth Ward has recently become a bustling n... | more...

Ormewood Park Neighborhood

This verdant, diverse, and quiet neighborhood has a storied history of being a good place to settle down and raise a family ? while still being close to the East Atlanta haunts you enjoyed in your younger days ? and is home to Morelli?s Ice Cream. Former Creek Indian territory, the area was turned... | more...

Piedmont Heights Neighborhood

Piedmont Heights is a neighborhood in Northeast Atlanta tucked between Ansley Park, Morningside and Cheshire Bridge/I-85. | more...

Poncey-Highland Neighborhood

For a relatively small neighborhood, Poncey-Highland has a hell of a lot going on: movies at the deco-chic Plaza Theatre, drinks at true-blue political haunt Manuel's Tavern; meals post-midnight at the Majestic Diner. There's a never-ending supply of colorful street characters along Ponce de Leon Av... | more...

Summerhill Neighborhood

 




With the Atlanta Braves now in Cobb County, and Georgia State University quickly moving forward with plans to expand its housing and sports facilities, neighborhood residents are cautiously optimistic as they wait for the promised retail and residential projects to take shape in the area bli... | more...

Toco Hills/Sage Hill Neighborhood

Centered around the huge, eponymous shopping center near the busy nexus of Clairmont, LaVista and North Druid Hills roads, Toco Hills is an older neighborhood composed largely of ranch houses on sleepy, winding subdivision streets. Boasting a sizable Jewish population, the neighborhood is also home ... | more...

Virginia-Highlands/Morningside Neighborhood

Virginia-Highland, founded as a streetcar suburb nearly a century ago, and now incorporated as an intown 'hood is where residents can walk to restaurants, boutiques, bars, grocery stores, and even a neighborhood movie theater. There are few places in Virginia-Highland you can't reach by way of a ple... | more...



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