Midtown Real Estate

    In Midtown, people, business, and culture converge to create what is known as the Southeast’s “heart of the arts”. Successful businesses, convenient retail, walkable streets, and vast parks are all features that residents of Midtown enjoy daily. Beginning in the 1970s, urban visionaries reclaimed the neighborhood and sparked its renaissance, transforming it into a robust blend of businesses and residences, restaurants, retail, cultural destinations, and greenspaces, perfect for anyone seeking the conveniences of urban living.

     

    Things To Do

    Home to 25 different arts and cultural venues, more than 30 permanent performing arts groups, and 22 various entertainment facilities, Midtown boasts the largest concentration of arts facilities and organizations in the Southeast. Visitors and residents alike flock to the Fox Theatre, 14th Street Playhouse, the Woodruff Arts Center, and many other cultural destinations. Known as “Atlanta’s backyard”, Piedmont Park spans over 185 acres and hosts numerous events throughout the year. History and literature enthusiasts can visit the birthplace of Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With The Wind. With 14 miles of new sidewalks, Midtown is a pedestrian-oriented network, connecting some of the best retail and most diverse restaurants in the region. Midtown’s four MARTA rail stations make the Greater Atlanta Area easily accessible, with a fast commute to Downtown and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

     

    Real Estate

    Midtown offers a wide variety of housing options, from historic neighborhoods featuring traditional craftsman-style homes to “vertical neighborhoods” with an array of high rise condominiums and apartments. The Midtown residential neighborhood holds approximately 360 acres of early to mid-twentieth century single-family residences on the east side of Midtown’s commercial core. Midtown Core boasts condominiums, apartments, and loft-style residences to showcase urban living at its best. Other Midtown neighborhoods include Ansley Park, Atlantic Station, Sherwood Forest, and Home Park.

     

    Education

    Students in Midtown are served by Centennial Place Elementary School, the only STEM-themed school in the Atlanta Public School system, Inman Middle School, and Henry W. Grady High School, which is home to four small communities: Biomedical Science and Engineering, Business and Entrepreneurship, Communication and Journalism, and Public Policy and Justice. Midtown is also anchored by well renowned universities, including Georgia Tech, Savannah College of Art and Design, John Marshall Law School, and Westwood College.

     

    Combining the metropolitan lifestyle with a neighborhood feel, Midtown is an ideal place for families, singles, and commuters alike to call home. To learn more about homes for sale in Midtown, contact the Hinson Team.