Cabbagetown is an Atlanta neighborhood located south of Inman Park, east of Oakland Cemetery, north of Grant Park and west of Reynoldstown. Cabbagetown District, a historic district listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, is included in the Cabbagetown neighborhood. Cabbagetown was … [Read more...]

Grant Park

Grant Park is noted for its tree-lined, brick-paved sidewalks; late 19th and early 20th century Craftsman bungalows, cottages and Victorian homes; and the storied 1856 home once belonging Grant Park’s namesake, Lemuel P. Grant.
 It borders the Oakland, Sweet Auburn and Cabbagetown neighborhoods on … [Read more...]

Candler Park

Candler Park is a lively neighborhood in Intown Atlanta, in zip code 30307, about 5 minutes east of downtown and just south of Ponce De Leon Avenue and East of the Little Five Points shopping district. This neighborhood is on the National Register of Historic Places as it is one of Atlanta’s first … [Read more...]

Ormewood Park

Located just east of downtown Atlanta, between Grant Park and East Atlanta, the charming and unique neighborhood of Ormewood Park was named after an official whose name was Aquilla J. Orme with the Atlanta Electric Light and Trolley Company in the early 1900s. Filled with Craftsman bungalows, … [Read more...]


Edgewood is a diverse neighborhood located just south of Candler Park, north of East Atlanta, west of Kirkwood, and east of Reynoldstown. Edgewood offers great value for Intown living, promotes a strong sense of community and is experiencing a lot of development right now. The neighborhood is a … [Read more...]


Reynoldstown is an Atlanta neighborhood located between the Cabbagetown and Edgewood neighborhoods, south of Dekalb Avenue. Reynoldstown was created after the American Civil War by freed slaves who were employed by the railroad. It is believed that Reynoldstown was named to honor Madison and Sarah … [Read more...]