Moving to the Atlanta area? With all the different neighborhoods, it can be a little confusing. The city of Atlanta has almost 250 different neighbors all offering something unique. The new Atlanta BeltLine is the most comprehensive revitalization effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta and among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment and mobility projects currently underway in the United States. This sustainable project is providing a network of public parks, multi-use trails and transit by re-using 22-miles of historic railroad corridors circling downtown and connecting 45 neighborhoods directly to each other.
The BeltLine is transforming Atlanta Neighborhoods and spurring new home construction and revitalizing old ones. It could not be a better time buy, sell or invest in real estate in Atlanta. Hopefully the list of neighborhoods will provide some insight in to what each neighborhood has to offer.
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List of Intown Neighborhoods
Ansley Park, Brookhaven, Buckhead, Cabbagetown, Cassleberry Hill, Candler Park, Chastain Park, Collier Hills, Decatur, East Atlanta, Glenwood Park, Grant Park, Historic South Atlanta, Inman Park, Johnson Estates, Kirkwood, Lake Claire, Lenox Park, Loring Heights, Midtown, Morningside, Old Fourth Ward, Ormewood Park, Peachtree Battle, Peachtree Hills, Peachtree Park, Piedmont Heights, Poncey Highlands, Reynoldstown, Sherwood Forest, University Park, Virginia Highlands