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Located in the area of Ponce de Leon Avenue and North Highland Avenue is Virginia-
Highland’s more eclectic neighbor, Poncey-Highland. Sandwiched between Va-Hi and Inman Park, Poncey-Highland residents are a short walk to the clubs, hangouts and alternative shops of Little Five Points. They also enjoy the natural beauty and open spaces of Atlanta’s Eastside BeltLine Trail and Freedom Park, which run through the
heart of the neighborhood. Proximity to both Little Five Points and Freedom Park means there is no “typical” Poncey resident. The neighborhood happily draws young and old, families and singles, artists and professionals to its safe, pedestrian-friendly streets. With such an unconventional mix, it’s no wonder that the shops, restaurants and other local hangouts have their own individual identities too. Historic houses peacefully
coexist with new construction family homes and condominiums in this hip little district
just two miles from midtown Atlanta.


• The mixture of restaurants, coffee/juice bars, boutiques, specialty shops and “grab and go” markets at the new Ponce City Market, on Ponce in the Historic Sears & Roebuck Building

• National retailers at Midtown Place Shopping Center

• Neighborhood restaurants include the landmark Majestic Diner and Fellini’s Pizza, both on Ponce, as well as Two Urban Licks on Ralph McGill Boulevard and Babette’s Café and Soul Vegetarian, both on North Highland


• Freedom Park and the Atlanta Eastside BeltLine Trail

• The Carter Center and Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

• The Highland Inn Hotel and Ballroom Lounge

• Famous hotspots Manuel’s Tavern, Plaza Theater and Clermont Lounge

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