Those who love everything about Atlanta often find themselves most comfortable in Midtown Atlanta. South of Buckhead and North of Downtown, you get the best of both worlds no matter which way you go. Midtown has very involved residents and have established a successful organization called Midtown Neighbors Association that helps address concerns and ideas of the residents in this in town community.
What to Do in Midtown
Though it’s true that residing in Midtown means easy access to Buckhead and Downtown Atlanta, you really don’t have to leave Midtown to find something to do. Enjoy trendy shopping options in Virginia Highland or embrace the open atmosphere of Atlantic Station…and don’t forget to enjoy the theater there. Hop on the Belt Line and bike or walk all the way to Inman Park. From Piedmont Park to Atlanta Botanical Gardens, there are plenty of options to choose from without ever leaving Midtown. Of course, you have all the surrounding area’s benefits when you do want to leave, but it’s not a must in order to be entertained. Some of the city’s best restaurants include Veni Vidi Vici, Café Intermezzo, and Empire State South.
Midtown Real Estate
When it comes to housing, Midtown has plenty of options. Whether you’re looking for a historic home with a yard or a contemporary high rise with city views you will find them within walking distance to Piedmont Park, shopping, renowned restaurants and the arts. Old, new, spacious or quaint…Midtown has something for everyone!
Midtown residents enjoy being a part of the Atlanta Public School District, with plenty of public schools as well as private school options. Higher education is just minutes away with popular universities like Georgia State, Georgia Institute of Technology and the Savannah College of Art and Design all just minutes away.
Midtown offers a lifestyle where city dwellers can walk to work and avoid busy highways and long commutes. The energy of truly living in the heart of the city will invigorate both young and old. From Spring to Fall residents enjoy festivals and concerts in the park. You won’t want to miss the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, the Atlanta Arts Festival or Music Midtown.
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