East of Downtown and just off the Beltline, you’ll find Inman Park, Atlanta’s first planned suburb. Inman Park contains one of Atlanta’s best collections of residential architecture from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Styles include Queen Anne, high-style Italianate and Romanesque mansion as well as smaller bungalows, shotguns and foursquares. As a garden suburb, great attention was paid to street layout, parks and other public space. Today, new mixed-use development such as Inman Park Village offer lofts, apartments and townhomes as well as eateries, coffee shops and boutiques. The completion of the Eastside portion of the Beltline makes Piedmont Park, Virginia-Highland and Ponce City Market just a bike ride away.
Keep an eye out for the neighborhood symbol, a yellow and black butterfly, which signifies the rebirth of the area. They’re everywhere! You can’t go wrong spending an afternoon or evening making your way up Highland Avenue, stopping off at any number of restaurants and bars in Inman Park Village or Krog Street Market. This is also home to the headquarters of King of Pops.
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“Ben and his team are absolutely fantastic! He has been dealing with me for a couple of years now; first as a renter and more recently as a home buyer. He was so quick and knowledgable when he was my go between for leasing a condo that I asked him to take me on as a client to start my own home search.
He definitely made the buying process an easy one with getting to know my taste and preferences so my time wasn’t wasted. Once we found the perfect place he was quick to negotiate and keep me informed of EXACTLY how everything would happen. As a first time homebuyer I trust him 110%!
Even after all the papers were signed and the place is all mine, he and his team still check in with me to make sure that everything is going alright. I could not have chosen a better agent!!!!!”