Lindbergh/Morosgo Neighborhood Guide

Lindbergh/Morosgo Neighborhood Guide

A transportation hub with easy access to Atlanta’s best shopping and dining.

Renter-friendly · Walkable · Bustling · Dog-friendly


Lindbergh is a well-known transportation hub in Atlanta. This neighborhood is centrally located and has easy access to Midtown and Buckhead, as well as neighborhoods on the East side of town, like Druid Hills and Decatur. Living in Lindbergh Atlanta makes any in-town commute quite manageable! No matter where you find yourself within this neighborhood, the Lindbergh Marta station is always a short walk away. If you work north of downtown, taking public transit is a great option to avoid a heavily-congested commute.


This neighborhood consists mainly of mixed-use developments that host retail shops, eateries, and residential buildings. If you’re looking to live within walking distance of a grocery store, dog park, and your favorite local restaurant, Lindbergh is perfect for you.

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Neighborhood Life

Lindbergh is the ideal blend of access and convenience, with an urban feel. While parks and green space are few and far between, an abundance of 5-star restaurants and local shops pepper the neighborhood. Atlantans often overlook Lindbergh as the hub that connects other parts of the city— however, it’s a great place to grab lunch, shop for groceries, or find the perfect outfit.


When it comes to housing, there’s something for everyone. Whether you want floor-to-ceiling windows or designer finishes— you’re sure to find it here. Many rental options in Lindbergh have amazing amenities, including shopping and dining built-in!

Local Hangouts

Eclipse di Luna is one of our favorite restaurants in the area. This award-winning tapas bar is known for hot specials and bustling nightlife. Zesto and Nancy’s Pizza are also worth a stop if you find yourself in this neighborhood!


For a post-work happy hour or a large birthday party, check out The Painted Pin— an upscale bowling alley with games, food, and live music. If you want to take advantage of the city’s club scene, Tongue & Groove is Atlanta’s oldest running nightclub. Get all dolled up for one of their famous themed parties!

Things to Know

The Lindbergh Marta station offers a free park-and-ride option: if you leave your car in this lot and then ride public transit, your parking is free for the day! This is a great option for commuters who prefer to avoid Atlanta traffic.


You’ll find no shortage of housing options in Lindbergh— from luxury high rises to smaller, quieter communities. Rent prices here are typically lower than they are in the heart of Buckhead, so you can enjoy an excellent location without the high price tag.


Frequently Asked Questions

Lindbergh/Morosgo is a neighborhood within the Buckhead district of the City of Atlanta.
The average rent in Lindbergh, Atlanta is $1,732 based on the last 3 months of data.
The average apartment size in Lindbergh, Atlanta is 946ft² based on the last 3 months of data.
The lowest monthly rent in Lindbergh over the past 3 months is $1,063 for a studio apartment, and the most expensive unit is $3,362 for a 3 bedroom apartment.
There are 265 units available for rent in Lindbergh, Atlanta as of 12 hours ago.

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