HISTORIC. PICTURESQUE. WALKABLE.
Set just west of Moreland Avenue, Inman Park is located two miles from downtown Atlanta and within biking distance of midtown using one of the many neighborhood entry points along the Atlanta Beltline. Surrounded by popular communities such as Old Fourth Ward, Candler Park, Cabbagetown, and Reynoldstown, Inman Park is known for its history, mix of architecturally-inspired homes, large summer festival, green spaces, and its restaurant scene.
What Makes Inman Park Unique
- Runs along the east trail of the Atlanta Beltline and has more entrances than any other neighborhood, allowing Inman Park residents to easily get around intown Atlanta by biking and walking.
- Inman Park was Atlanta’s first garden suburb and its attention to layout, parks, and open spaces was inspiration for many other garden suburbs across the city.
- The neighborhood was home to the founders of Coca-Cola and the Woodruff Arts Center and for years was the last stop on the trolley line from downtown. The building that is situated there is now a prominent event space known as the Trolley Barn.
- This tree-lined neighborhood features a wide variety of architectural homes, including historic Victorians, charming bungalows, unique townhouses, converted school lofts, and condos. There is a style for everyone!
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A Brief History of Inman Park
Inman Park is Atlanta’s first planned residential suburb as well as its first electric trolley neighborhood. Created at the cusp of the 20th century, this Victorian neighborhood — curved streets, generous residential lots and verdant parks — was built upon the wrecked land of Atlanta’s Civil War battlefield, two miles east of downtown Atlanta.
Thanks to the Inman Park Neighborhood Association for this information. To learn more about Inman Park click here.