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Grant Park

The historic Grant Park neighborhood is an intown community inside I-20 and east of
downtown Atlanta. Known for its beautiful homes, in addition to its 131-acre eponymous park, Grant Park was established in 1882. The Grant Park Zoo, now known as Zoo Atlanta, was created seven years later, and a neighborhood of large Victorian mansions, Queen Anne-style houses, cottages and bungalows sprang up. Over the years, the park and neighborhood suffered a period of neglect before revitalization efforts created the
Grant Park of today. Grant Park is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and a new generation of homeowners are flocking to the neighborhood. In addition to the area around the park, the neighborhood also comprises part of Atlanta’s historic Oakland Cemetery. For residents, Oakland is both a community park and an historic garden cemetery, whose permanent inhabitants are a who’s who list of Georgia governors, city leaders, prominent businessmen, “Gone with the Wind” author Margaret Mitchell, pro golf legend Bobby Jones and countless Civil War soldiers and Atlanta residents of every station in life.


• Grant Park commercial district, near Oakland Cemetery

• Walkable, intown neighborhood shops and markets

• Six Feet Under, a popular restaurant across from Oakland Cemetery, along with other tenants at The Jane, a local hangout featuring coffee shops filled with graphic designers, artists and many more locals

• Coming soon – a $20 million adaptive reuse dining and entertainment project to
be housed within a group of industrial buildings at the end of Grant Street


• Grant Park, including Zoo Atlanta and its upcoming $38 million upgrade to
convert the former Cyclorama building into an events facility with views of animals, as well as to renovate the African Savanna exhibit

• Grant Park Recreation Center

• Community Garden

• Oakland Cemetery, including its Tunes from the Tombs spring music festival,
annual Sunday in the Park, and Halloween 5K and festival

• Lemuel P. Grant Mansion, the second-oldest house in Atlanta

• Atlanta Stockade

• Fort Walker (an earthen embankment remains at Grant Park’s southeast corner
at Boulevard and Delmar Avenue).

• Planned site for Atlanta BeltLine’s Southside Trail

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