Kirkwood:
THRIVING. TRENDY. CENTRAL.

Kirkwood is a national historic designated neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta and is situated entirely in DeKalb County, bordered by the neighborhoods of Lake Claire, East Lake, Edgewood, and Oakhurst. Kirkwood rests between DeKalb Avenue and Memorial Drive and is within close proximity to Interstate 20.

What Makes Kirkwood Unique

  • Kirkwood has three large parks with playgrounds, baseball fields, soccer fields, pavilions, and an urban forest that contains trails, geocaching, a community garden, and picnic areas.
  • The neighborhood operates similar to a small town, having its own library, fire station, police precinct, and post office in addition to the various restaurants and shops that come together at the main intersection of the community.
  • Due to its closeness to major east-west surface roads in Atlanta, Kirkwood has become a desirable location for people desiring a quick commute to downtown, midtown, or Decatur.

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A Brief History of Kirkwood

Kirkwood was incorporated in 1899, as an early streetcar suburb of Atlanta. Today it is a socio-economically and racially diverse neighborhood that enjoys its proximity to Downtown, two MARTA stations, a rich tree canopy including protected forests, great schools, committed and involved neighbors, a growing retail district and a rich vein of Craftsman and Victorian homes on the National Register of Historic Places.

Shout out to the Kirkwood Neighbors Organization for this information. To learn more about Kirkwood click here.