Live the big city life (and never run out of things to do) in this comfortable and walkable neighborhood.
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With over 150 restaurants, boutique shopping, and the city's best nightlife, Midtown Atlanta is the cool, trendy place to be. Residents enjoy this central neighborhood's walkable nature, and commutes are easy due to full bus and subway service. From the High Museum of Art to the Peachtree Street commercial district to the clubs on Crescent Avenue, the action never stops. In the words of the Midtown Alliance, it’s a “true mixed-use, new urbanist, live-learn-work-play community.”
Not surprisingly, Midtown is growing quickly. Population estimates hover around 17,000 (compared to Downtown’s 27,000). But unlike Downtown, where historic buildings are reused and revitalized, there are lots of brand-new rental options in Midtown Atlanta. This neighborhood is known for its ultra-luxury high-rise buildings that boast incredible views of the downtown skyline. Average rent is $1,870, but Midtown residents will tell you it’s worth the price.
Whether you’re moving to a new home or choosing a place for a dinner date, you can’t go wrong in Midtown Atlanta.
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Hip, energetic, and full of things to do. This area offers a dense, urban feel to residents who mostly rent their homes. You’ll never get bored living in Midtown: From nightlife to expansive parks, this neighborhood has something for everyone. Hop on the Beltline for a scenic and traffic-free commute to other parts of Atlanta.
Midtown has earned the nickname “Heart of the Arts” due to its impressive concentration of arts and cultural institutions. Some notable spots include the High Museum, the Fox Theatre, and the Woodruff Center, but casual galleries, experiences, and installations can be seen throughout the neighborhood. Residents enjoy urban green spaces such as Piedmont Park, the Beltline, and the 185-acre “Central Park of Atlanta:” Piedmont Park. Located north of the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, you get to enjoy all of its quirky charms just a stone's throw away.
Things to Know
As Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhood, Midtown housing can be a bit on the pricier side. However, the close proximity to local establishments, cultural attractions, and great restaurants more than make up for it. This neighborhood is densely populated, so traffic can, at times, become hectic. However, Midtown is one of the most walkable neighborhoods in all of Atlanta. If you want to get away from the bustle of midtown, check out the charming Brookwood neighborhood.