A revitalized industrial area has become a hip and bustling neighborhood.
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This lively neighborhood invites outdoor enthusiasts and major history buffs alike. The historical aspect of this neighborhood is a large draw, as Old Fourth Ward is the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr.
You’ll find museums and Victorian homes that provide a sense of what life was really like in that era. Revamping the neighborhood has been a goal in recent years and because of this, Old Fourth Ward is growing in many ways. Proximity to the Beltline and new parks have created growth and inspired activity in the community. Residents are now able to travel throughout Atlanta with ease, and the Historic Fourth Ward Park provides a space where locals can picnic, sunbathe, or enjoy outdoor yoga. Many of Atlanta’s most renowned dining options can be found in this neighborhood, so be ready to explore the best food the city has to offer.
This neighborhood is highly central. It borders Downtown to the west, Midtown to the north, and Virginia Highlands to the east. Plus, to the east it borders the quaint neighborhoods of Poncey Highland and Inman Park.
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Old Fourth Ward Apartments
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This zestful neighborhood is home to a large number of museums, events, and outdoor activities. The rich history of Old Fourth Ward alone is a huge draw of this neighborhood, but this growing community is evolving the area in so many ways. Stroll through the same streets that Martin Luther King Jr. did growing up and experience the contrast between the history of this neighborhood and the updated attractions.
Residents love to feast and stay for a drink at the many highly-rated restaurants and bars around the area. Ponce City Market is one of Atlanta’s most famous developments, hosting everything from eateries to local boutiques. Stop in at Botiwalla for some tasty Indian street food and wash it down with some cold-pressed juice from Lucky Lotus. Stretch your muscles at King of Pop’s weekly free yoga in the park event—all skill-levels welcome!
Things to Know
Old Fourth Ward is known for being one of the most dog-friendly and walkable neighborhoods in Atlanta. The proximity to the Beltline provides an easy commute anywhere on the trail, so hop on your bike and see all that Atlanta has to offer. With this neighborhood’s revitalization, many Old Fourth Ward apartments— both small and mid-rise— are flourishing. No need to be concerned with parking in this neighborhood as most apartment complexes have direct park access.