Featured Neighborhoods

Select an Atlanta neighborhood below to learn more about each area.

The story of Atlanta started in the early 1800’s as a railway town called Terminus, now downtown Atlanta. It soon changed name to Marthasville and then finally to Atlanta in 1847. The older neighborhoods like Grant Park, Inman Park and Midtown were considered suburban in the mid-late 1800’s. Newer neighborhoods like Ansley Park were established in 1905. The Atlanta History Center and Georgia Trust contain a treasure trove of information documenting the growth of Atlanta. Generally speaking the weather in Atlanta is very comfortable except during the hot summer months. It is a very green city with numerous public parks and mature trees and vegetation throughout all of the older Intown neighborhoods. Atlanta also features a world class airport connecting with almost every part of the world.

Some of the amenities enjoyed by these intown Atlanta neighborhoods areas follows; The Fabulous Fox Theatre, The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Civic Center, Center Stage Atlanta, Roxy Theatre, Philips Arena, Symphony Hall Atlanta, Onstage Atlanta Theatre, Woodruff Arts Center, Agatha’s A taste of Mystery, Margaret Mitchell House, Center For Puppetry Arts, High Museum of Art, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Fernbank Science Center, Swan House, Michael C Carlos Museum, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, 7 Stages Theatre, King Plough Arts Center, William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, Ferst Center for the Arts and so much more.