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Atlanta Neighborhood Map
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Neighborhoods in Atlanta
Learn about each unique area with this Atlanta neighborhood map. From the upscale Midtown area to the artistic atmosphere of Cabbagetown, Atlanta’s neighborhoods cater to a variety of lifestyles.
Buckhead is a wealthy area with luxury shops and high-end restaurants. Known for its upscale malls like Lenox Square, it has beautiful homes and lively nightlife. But Buckhead wasn’t always part of Atlanta. It was its own community until Atlanta annexed it in 1952.
Virginia-Highland is known for its local boutiques, eclectic restaurants, and festivals. It’s named after the intersection of Virginia and Highland Avenues, which is the heart of this neighborhood.
As one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods, Inman Park boasts beautiful Victorian homes and unique shops. This neighborhood also hosts the annual Inman Park Festival, one of the city’s largest street festivals.
Located east of downtown, Grant Park is home to the city’s oldest park, which shares its name. It’s home to the Atlanta Zoo, Victorian homes, and the popular annual Summer Shade Festival. The neighborhood is named after Lemuel P. Grant, who helped design the city.
Located just north of downtown, Midtown is known for its High Museum of Art and the Fox Theatre. It’s also home to Piedmont Park, which is a popular green space. Midtown hosts the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, an annual celebration of arts and spring.
Old Fourth Ward
Situated northeast of downtown, the Old Fourth Ward has seen a lot of redevelopment recently. It’s known for the historic Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, Ponce City Market, and the popular Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail.
Cabbagetown in Atlanta is unique and artsy. It’s known for its colorful street murals and small-town feel. Originally a mill workers’ community, it’s now home to galleries, locally-owned shops, and restaurants. The popular food hall Krog Street Market is also located here.
Situated near Midtown, Ansley Park is elegant and peaceful. Known for its winding streets, it has a peaceful atmosphere with easy access to the city’s amenities. Interestingly, it was one of Atlanta’s first designed suburbs, dating back to 1904.