Between Ansley Park and Druid Hills with Virginia-Highland to the south sits Morningside/Lenox Park. This picturesque neighborhood was founded in 1923 as a streetcar suburb of only 8 homes. Today more than 3,500 homes comprise the original subdivisions of Morningside, Lenox Park, University Park, Noble Park, and Johnson Estates. The community features beautiful, tree-lined streets with restored Craftsman, Four-Square, and Tudor-style homes and is coveted for its excellent public schools, walkability, and quite side streets. Morningside offers a popular nearby commercial district, with shops and restaurants, as well as the locally famous Alon's Bakery, a European-style bakery that has been open since 1992.
Morningside Farmers Market, Morningside commercial district, Alon’s Bakery, annual Monumental Ball and Celebration of Summer, Morningside Lenox Park Association (MLPA), MLPA Family Concerts in the Park, Morningside Community Garden, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
Elementary: Morningside Elementary School
Middle: Inman Middle School
High: Henry W. Grady High School
Morningside Nature Trail, Beech Valley Park, Herbert Taylor Park, Daniel Johnson Nature Preserve, Hickory Grove Park, Homestead Park, Lenox Wildwood Park, Nobel Park, Sidney Marcus Park, Smith Park, Sunken Garden Park, Wildwood Gardens