In the month of December, we'll be featuring the neighborhood of Inman Park! This walkable, Eastside Beltline adjacent neighborhood is known for it's Victorian architecture and well manicured lawns and gardens.
Atlanta's First Suburb
Inman Park was founded in the late 1880's by Joel Hurt, a civil engineer and real-estate developer who set out to create a rural oasis connected to the city by the first of Atlanta's electric trolley lines. The neighborhood declined in the 1950's and 1960's when cars made the northern suburbs more accessible. In 1969, restoration of many of the homes began and Inman Park became Atlanta's first intown neighborhood to gentrify. To promote the progress, a Tour of Homes and small festival was started, which has now grown into the hugely popular Inman Park Festival held each spring.
Population - 19,781 residents
Foodie heaven! Dozens of hip restaurants, bars and cafes are all within walking distance in Inman Quarter and Krog Street Market.
Residents in Inman Park are typically zoned for Mary Lin Elementary School, Inman Middle School and Grady High School
Walk Score of 90 – Beltline and park adjacent.
Inman Park Restaurants
Inman Quarter :
Krog Street Market :
Along the Beltline :
Inman Park is one of our favorite Atlanta neighborhoods and we're excited to explore it more throughout the month of December! The Great Cocktail Hunt - Inman Park also starts soon! Stay tuned!