South of Downtown and Old Fourth Ward with the Eastside Beltline Trail containing its eastern boundary, lies historically designated Grant Park. Recognized for Victorian mansions and craftsman bungalows with antique charm, Grant Park retains walkability envied by other intown neighborhoods. Most notably home to Zoo Atlanta, this family-friendly neighborhood is also named for the city's oldest park founded in 1895 which it surrounds. Grant Park isn't only about history, there are plenty of trendy bars and eateries along Memorial drive and Boulevard. Grant Park is still one of the most affordable of the historic neighborhoods with excellent amenities so don't wait to buy this neighborhood, it still on the front end of where it is going. Atlanta Public Schools has invested heavily is the schools and they are getting great buy in from the community. Georgia State University's purchase of Turner Field and further investment for its infrastructure is bringing attention to the neighborhoods on the westside border making Grant Park even more desirable.
Zoo Atlanta, Grant Park Farmers Market, Civil War Museum, Historic Oakland Cemetery, Grant Park Summer Shade Festival, Atlanta Dairies, Larkin on Memorial, The Beacon
Elementary: Neighborhood Charter, Parkside Elementary, Wesley International Academy
Middle: Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, Neighborhood Charter Middle School
High School: Maynard H. Jackson High School
Grant Park, Oakland Cemetery, Ormond-Grant Park, D.H Stanton Park, Boulevard Crossing Park, The BeltLine, Phoenix Park