Lay down roots in this historic neighborhood with a big personality.
Walkable · Beltline Access · Historic · tree-lined
Inman Park has the distinction of being both Atlanta’s first planned residential suburb and its first electric trolley neighborhood. Think Victorian-style mansions on large lots, curving streets, and green parks. Today the community combines the old and the new. Just look at Inman Park’s reputation for outstanding restaurants like Barcelona, Kevin Rathbun’s, and Sotto Sotto.
The active Inman Park Neighborhood Association (IPNA) promotes community events and works to maintain and preserve the neighborhood’s history. Don’t miss the famous Inman Park Festival, which the IPNA calls “Atlanta’s most spirited and eclectic” event. If festivals aren’t your thing, this neighborhood offers plenty of local restaurants, bars, and shopping options.
The average rent in Inman Park runs at about $1700, but there’s a wide range. The neighborhood has its share of new luxury buildings, lofts, one, and two-bedroom options. Some private homes offer rooms for rent, too.
Inman Park is one of Atlanta’s most walkable neighborhoods. (Second only to Midtown). It was ranked one of the World’s Coolest Neighborhoods by TripSavvy and for good reason. With colorful street art, tree-lined streets, bakeries, gastropubs, craft cocktails, Victorian mansions, hidden green spaces, and coveted Beltline access: what more could you ask for?
This is a tough one. With so many great spots, how do you choose just a few!? We’ll start with Krog Street Market, where you can visit dozens of vendors in a dining hall-style venue. Grab some Southern comfort food with a twist at Wisteria or some top-notch seafood at MF Sushi. Other local favorites include Vortex Bar & Grill, Barcelona Wine Bar, and The Porter Beer Bar. For even more options, head next door to the Little Five Points neighborhood and discover some of Atlanta's best-hidden gems.
Things to Know
Inman Park is the perfect neighborhood for people who love to walk everywhere. There has been an increase in condo development in recent years, which has resulted in improved infrastructure. Residential options include apartments, renovated lofts, condos, Victorian houses, and single-family homes. Residents note that parking and traffic are, at times, not great.