Originally named West End Park, this onetime trolley neighborhood in southwest Atlanta has undergone re-investment thanks to an intown revival and construction of the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail along its edge. A neighbor to Westview Cemetery ? the final resting place of journalist Henry W. Grady and former Mayor William Hartsfield, among others ? Westview was designed by Solon Zachary Ruff, the same landscape expert who charted Ansley Park. New homeowners are moving into once boarded-up historic Craftsman bungalows dating back to the 1910s to make an increasingly diverse community. Maynard Jackson, Atlanta?s first black mayor, briefly called the neighborhood home. In 2018, Westview was cited as one of the top places to live in Atlanta.