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Atlanta is a booming cosmopolitan wonder. Home to multiple Fortune 500 companies, an ever evolving and progressive arts scene, and more tree cover than any other American city, Atlanta is something special. This is also a city of neighborhoods, boasting over 150 unique and beautiful nabes to call home, go out in, or just wander and enjoy the sites. From Victorian mansions in Inman Park to bohemian shopping …

FAIRBURN MAYS

With borders touching Adamsville, Green Forest Acres, and Ben Hill Terrace, Fairburn Mays fits right into the “wooded suburban” mold of southwestern Atlanta. This nabe’s modern houses range in size from one-story abodes to spacious hilltop properties, intermixed with a sprinkling of apartments and an abundance of greenery. Residents benefit from having basic amenities down the street, including a park, shopping plaza, and even a hospital. I-285 lies directly east of Fairburn Mays, taking you …

CHOSEWOOD PARK

Chosewood Park lies just outside of Downtown and is bordered by South Atlanta, Peoplestown, and Grant Park. Home to about 2,000 residents, many convenient bus stops, and two large parks, this nabe is great for active folks who enjoy a suburban setting. With its charming Craftsman homes, welcoming front porches, and painted wooden fences, Chosewood Park is quite pleasing to the eye. Some lucky residents even live atop gently sloping hills which offer clear views …

CHASTAIN PARK

CHASTAIN PARK

Chastain Park is a recreational paradise hidden on the outskirts of the city proper. Boasting a golf course, running trails, tennis courts, and the Chastain Park Amphitheater, this nabe has a lot to offer those trying to escape the urban jungle. Since it’s located on the border of the city just before you hit the suburbs, Chastain can feel like you have one foot in the city and one foot outside it. Come here for …

Boulevard Heights

Boulevard Heights

Do you dream of living in a friendly neighborhood—one that has block parties and neighborhood cleanups? Are you worried you can’t bear the thought of parting with your beloved city life? Never fear, my friend. Boulevard Heights is just the solution for you. BOHO (a local nickname) is a know-your-neighbor kind of nabe, only a few short minutes from Downtown. With a community garden and year-round events here, you will never feel left out. Come …

Ansley Park

Ansley Park

Ansley Park is all about the harmony of aesthetics. Designed to be an oasis in the middle of a bustling city, this nabe features historic Victorian and Colonial homes (some with gas lights) and three peaceful parks: Ansley, Winn, and Yonah Park. It may be easy to forget, but right next door is Midtown, home of the Woodruff Arts Center, Piedmont Park (think NYC’s Central Park), and a dense area filled with businesses and restaurants. …

Glenrose Heights

Glenrose Heights

Glenrose Heights is a quiet neighborhood in southeast Atlanta just inside city borderlines. This strictly residential nabe is filled with quaint ranch style homes with spacious front yards. Residents looking for rec options enjoy Empire Park’s basketball and tennis courts and open fields. Glenrose Heights also enjoys some fine transit options—I-75 serves as its western borderline and Hartsield-Jackson airport is only a few minutes away.

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  • Gritty 7.5
  • Quiet 7.5
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Carey Park

Carey Park

Carey Park is a western nabe of Atlanta named after the park that lies within its borders. This park, along with AD Williams Park, provides plenty of recreation and sports opportunities for children. The homes of Carey Park are a mix of mid-century ranches and bungalows as well as modest Craftsman style homes built in the past decade. Carey Park has undergone some changes within the last few years; one major change was the demolition …

Greenbriar

Greenbriar

With a well-known shopping mall and buzzing nightlife scene, Greenbriar is quite a hub of activity! Located in southwestern Atlanta next to Ben Hill, Princeton Lakes, and Southwest, Greenbriar is a convenient gathering place for many nearby locals. Though less residential and more “hangout zone,” Greenbriar boasts its fair share of housing, including some apartments and many sizable modern homes. With the intersection of I-285 and Langford Parkway marking its northern border, getting in and …

Adair Park

Adair Park

Imagine a nabe with parks, friendly neighbors, and easy access to Downtown—voila! You have Adair Park. This tight-knit community just minutes from the city is the kind of place where you are greeted with lemonade stands and open arms. Adair Park is filled with four unique parks, old bungalows and green gardens, but its close proximity to MARTA ensures you will never miss any of the city’s action.

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  • Students 9.3

Morningside-Lenox Park

Morningside-Lenox Park

Morningside-Lenox Park is perfect for the upscale, nature-loving city dweller. With fifteen parks, big houses with big yards, trails, playgrounds, and even a nature reserve, it’s easy to forget you’re in a city at all here. When you need a break from reading or walking your dog through this nabe’s blissful bits of nature,Midtown is waiting to envelop you in a bustling urban embrace just a few minutes southwest. All you have to do is …