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Inman Park

About 2 miles east of downtown lies Atlanta’s intown “suburb” of Inman Park. Valued for its historic Victorian houses, tree-lined streets and easy access to offices in Atlanta, this walkable, bike-friendly neighborhood is a favorite among city newcomers and young professionals. Born in the 1880s out of the wreckage of the Battle of Atlanta and under the vision of planner Joel Hurt, Inman Park flourished in part because of its beautiful design and because of its access to the city via electric streetcar. As Atlanta’s population moved further out, Inman Park fell into disrepair until revitalization efforts began in the late 1900s. Now, nearly all of the homes have been refurbished and the neighborhood is an established oasis filled with charming streets, eclectic eateries and plenty of activities to satisfy urban dwellers.

Shopping/restaurants

• Krog Street Market mixed-use development with restaurants and a thriving marketplace

• Boutiques and independent shops along Moreland Avenue, along with the Little Five Points district and its array of clubs, alternative shops, bars and coffeehouses

• Restaurant favorites like Highland Bakery and Sotto Sotto Italian on Highland Avenue, and Front Page News, the Vortex and the Wrecking Bar Brewpub on Moreland

• Large grocery stores, co-ops, farmers markets and small urban markets

Amenities

• Eastside BeltLine Trail and Freedom Park Trail

• Neighborhood bike trails and bike lanes

• Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

• Freedom Park, Springvale Park, Delta Park, Findley Park, Bass Recreation
Center Park

• Inman Park-Reynoldstown MARTA rail station

• Annual Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes and annual Inman Park Beer Chase 5K

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