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  • Candler Park

    The popular intown Atlanta neighborhood known as Candler Park is located just south of Ponce de Leon Avenue and was founded in 1890 and initially called Edgewood.

  • Inman Park

    Inman Park is nestled into a little over a quarter of a square mile and flanked by Old Fourth Ward, Candler Park, Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown.

  • Old Fourth Ward

    The Old Fourth Ward, often abbreviated O4W, is a neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta. The neighborhood is best known as the location of the Martin Luther King, Jr. historic site.

  • Cabbagetown

    Cabbagetown, is a little neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta between DeKalb Avenue and Moreland Drive, near and dear to my heart.

  • Grant Park

    Grant Park refers to the oldest city park in Atlanta, as well as the Victorian neighborhood surrounding it.

  • Kirkwood

    Kirkwood is a national historic designated neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta. It is a historic streetcar suburb, and was designed by architect Will Saunders.

  • Reynoldstown

    Reynoldstown is a historic district and neighborhood on the near east side of Atlanta located only 2 miles from downtown.

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