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Virginia-Highland

If you’re thinking of intown living, chances are you have already heard of Virginia-Highland, voted multiple times as Atlanta’s favorite or best overall neighborhood. The corner of Virginia Avenue at North Highland Avenue forms the heart of this 100-year-old community, which grew up around an electric streetcar stop at the turn of the 20th century. Here, a thriving commercial district with an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars and shops now lures residents and visitors alike to get outside and walk the sidewalks of this charming, yet vibrant district. Va-Hi homes range from historical to modern-day condominium complexes. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Virginia-Highland boasts many original Craftsman bungalows in areas close to its main intersection. Refurbished English Cottage, American Foursquare, English Vernacular Revival and Colonial Revival homes can also be found. Day or night, Virginia-Highland shines, and residents of all ages and occupations enjoy basking in its glow.

Shopping/restaurants

• Commercial district, featuring community restaurants and shops, at the intersection of Virginia and North Highland

• Amsterdam Walk, a collection of restaurants, commercial businesses, upscale shops and community services located off Amsterdam Avenue

• Shops and restaurants at other intersections along Highland, including Atkins Park, which holds the city’s oldest liquor license

• Nearby Ponce City Market and Midtown Place

• Local favorites like Murphy’s, La Tavola, Goin’ Coastal, Hand in Hand and Neighbors

Amenities

• In-neighborhood parks like New Highland, John Howell Memorial and Orme parks, as well as Atlanta’s famous Piedmont Park nearby

• Atlanta’s Eastside BeltLine Trail

• Historic architecture: Fire Station No. 19 on North Highland, city’s oldest operating fire station; the Adair Mansion; the Briarcliff Hotel; The Colonnades; the Hilan Theatre; Atkins Park Tavern

• Neighborhood arboretum

• Annual events like Virginia-Highland Summerfest, Taste of the Highlands and Va-Hi Tour of Homes

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