is east of Grant Park, south of Reynoldstown, west of East Atlanta, and north of United Avenue.
is a neighborhood in the Buckhead Community of Atlanta, Georgia.
It is bounded by:
- Peachtree Road and North Buckhead on the northwest
- Georgia 400 and Lenox Square and Pine Hills on the east
- MARTA north-south rail line and the Miami Circle design district of Lindbergh/Morosgo on the southeast
- Piedmont Road and Buckhead Village and Garden Hills on the west
and Vine City
are two adjacent and closely linked neighborhoods of Atlanta. Together the neighborhoods make up neighborhood planning unit L. The two neighborhoods are frequently cited together in reference to shared problems and to shared redevelopment schemes and revitalization plans.
English Avenue is bounded by the railroad line and the Marietta Street Artery neighborhood to the northeast, Northside Drive, the North Avenue railyards and downtown Atlanta to the east, Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. (formerly Ashby St.) and the Bankhead neighborhood to the west, and Joseph E. Boone Blvd. (called Simpson St. until 2008) and Vine City to the south. Its population was 3,309 in 2010.
A couple of landmarks include King Plow Arts Center
and Morris Brown College
is a Black (and historically also a Jewish working-class) neighborhood in southeast Atlanta. It is bounded by:
- the Betmar LaVilla, the Villages at Carver, and South Atlanta neighborhoods on the north,
- the Chosewood Park neighborhood on the northeast,
- the Norwood Manor neighborhood on the southeast,
- the Polar Rock, Swallow Circle/Baywood and Lakewood neighborhoods on the south
- the Downtown Connector on the west, across which lie the Sylvan Hills and Capitol View Homes neighborhoods
Lakewood Heights contains the Lakewood Heights Historic District
, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
is a neighborhood in southeast Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. It is located south of Peoplestown and Grant Park, west of Boulevard Heights and Benteen Park, northwest of Thomasville Heights and the Atlanta federal penitentiary, and northeast of South Atlanta and Lakewood Heights. It is situated directly on the path of the Atlanta Beltline, which has begun to acquire and develop properties along the rail lines in the Chosewood corridor, including the Boulevard Crossing Park.
is an intown neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, bordered by the Ansley Park neighborhood on the south and east, and on the northwest by the Downtown Connector across which is the Brookwood Hills neighborhood. It was established in 1949. It is one of the most affluent neighborhoods of the city with an average single-family home price of $951,376 in 2008.
is a neighborhood in the southwest corner of Atlanta, Georgia. It is bordered to the west by Fairburn Road, the east by Hamilton E. Holmes Drive, the north by Donald L. Hollowell Parkway, and to the south by Interstate 20 bridge at Linkwood Road. It is one of the first communities in the nation built exclusively by African-American planners for the upcoming Atlanta African-American middle class and has been featured in several national publications such as Ebony
magazines, as well as featured in the “Homefinder” section of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
. Since 2009, the community has been listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places. The community achieved local historic designation in June 2013
is a neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia, United States, comprising approximately 1,200 homes. It is situated entirely in the DeKalb County side of the city, east of Candler Park, north of Kirkwood, west of Decatur, and south of Druid Hills.
There was never an actual body of water known as Lake Claire; rather, it was a shorthand for the intersection of Lakeshore and Claire Drives. The closest thing to a commercial district is the small strip bordering Candler Park at McLendon and Clifton.
Part of the neighborhood lies with the Candler Park Historic District, which has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Old Fourth Ward
, often abbreviated O4W
, is an intown neighborhood on the eastside of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The neighborhood is best known as the location of the Martin Luther King, Jr. historic site
is an intown neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia, and its first planned suburb. It was named for Samuel M. Inman.
Inman Park is bordered by:
- the BeltLine Eastside Trail on the west, across which lies the Old Fourth Ward
- Freedom Parkway on the north, across which lies Poncey-Highland
- Moreland Avenue on the east, across which lies Candler Park
- DeKalb Avenue on the south, across which lie Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown
Little Five Points district is located where Inman Park and Candler Park meet at Moreland Avenue and Euclid/McClendon.
is an intown neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, GA, abutting historic Oakland Cemetery
. It includes the Cabbagetown District
, a historic district listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
is a 55-acre (223,000 m²) city park located at 585 Candler Park Drive NE, in Atlanta, Georgia. It is named after Coca-Cola magnate Asa Griggs Candler, who donated this land to the city in 1922. The park features a nine-hole golf course, a swimming pool, a football/soccer field, a basketball court, tennis courts, and a playground.
Candler Park is also the name of the neighborhood surrounding the park. It is on the east side of the city, bordering Little Five Points, Lake Claire, Inman Park, Druid Hills, and Edgewood.
The Candler Park Historic District
was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 8, 1983, with a boundary increase on March 17, 2005. It includes portions of Lake Claire.
is an intown neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia, located south of Virginia–Highland. It is so named because it is near the intersection of east/west Ponce de Leon Avenue and north/southwest North Highland Avenue. This Atlanta neighborhood was established between 1905 and 1930, and is bordered by Druid Hills and Candler Park across Moreland Avenue to the east, the Old Fourth Ward across the BeltLine Eastside Trail to the west, Inman Park across the eastern branch of Freedom Parkway to the south, and Virginia Highland to the north across Ponce de Leon Avenue. The Little Five Points area sits on the border of Poncey–Highland, Inman Park, and Candler Park. Poncey–Highland is home to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library
, established in 1982.
is a neighborhood in Atlanta, GA, adjacent to and southwest of Downtown Atlanta. It is a federally recognized historic district since 1985 and became a City of Atlanta Landmark District in 2006.
is a residential neighborhood located southwest of downtown Atlanta. It has the form of a left curly bracket, bordered by the MARTA north-south rail line on the northwest, the BeltLine trail on the southwest and Metropolitan Parkway on the east.
is a community which includes both a census-designated place (CDP) in unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, United States, as well as a neighborhood of the city of Atlanta. The CDP’s population was 14,568 at the 2010 census.
The CDP formerly contained the main campus of Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); they were annexed by Atlanta in 2018. The Atlanta-city section of Druid Hills is one of Atlanta’s most affluent neighborhoods with a mean household income in excess of $238,500 (making it the ninth most affluent, per that metric).
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