Old Fourth Ward:
VIEWS. CELEBRATED. ACCESSIBLE.
Old Fourth Ward is one of the largest neighborhoods in Atlanta, bordered by Ponce de Leon, DeKalb Avenue, Piedmont Avenue, and Freedom Parkway. The neighborhood is nestled next to the Virginia Highlands and Inman Park and is just a one mile from downtown Atlanta and two miles from midtown Atlanta, making it a suitable location for many that work in the city.
What Makes Old Fourth Ward Unique
- Views of the entire downtown Atlanta skyline can be seen from almost anywhere in the neighborhood.
- Old Fourth Ward is home to Ponce City Market, the previous Sears, Roebuck & Co. building, a lively community hub with a Central Food Hall, various shops, flats, offices, and a rooftop amusement center.
- Bikers, walkers, and joggers can easily access the Freedom Park Path Trail and the Atlanta Beltline as well as access the Atlanta Streetcar for easy transport to downtown Atlanta activities and events.
- Old Fourth Ward is the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and home of The King Center and the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church.
- Located in the heart of Old Fourth Ward is a year-round farmer’s market located at the prominent Carter Center, as well as numerous restaurants, the Fourth Ward Park and skatepark.
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A Brief History of Old Fourth Ward
Located in the heart of Atlanta, Old Fourth Ward is a vibrant community with a rich history. Best known as the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the neighborhood in its entirety is one of the oldest in Atlanta, and owes its name to an ordinance adopted by City Council in 1854 that divided Atlanta into five wards. The wards and names changed over time, and today’s Old Fourth Ward is the only area to retain its original name.
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