Walkable, residential neighborhood with an array of new high rises and loft apartments for rent. Not as much shopping in this part of the city, but plenty of dining options and nightlife. One of the main draws of this neighborhood is stunning Piedmont Park which offers everything from food trucks to exercise classes to music and arts festivals.
A coveted and affluent area in Atlanta, often compared to Beverley Hills in Los Angeles. This district offers chic and upscale shopping, dining and nightlife.
Historic neighborhood where Martin Luther King Jr. grew up, where warehouses have been converted to restaurants and apartments. This hood is home to several classic Atlanta parks and gardens like Grant Park, Freedom Parkway and Fourth Ward Park.
Hipster vibes in this hidden gem of Atlanta. The place to be if you’re one for funky restaurants, commissioned graffiti and people watching.
A great place to hang out and people watch with lots of restaurants and shops. The central park and the Regal Movie Theatre are highlights of this hood.
Affordable and infused with both trees and spirit, this neighborhood is a hidden gem tucked away in the city. A peaceful neighborhood requiring only a short walk to the center of Buckhead and the action.
Tree-lined streets and newly constructed homes and rental apartments. This hood is home to Herbert Taylor Park and the Morningside Nature Preserve.
This district is on the National Register of Historic Places – the railway that runs through this hood is old as the city itself. A historically infused, diverse and creative community, Castleberry Hill is similar to Old Fourth with its collection of warehouses converted to rental apartments.