Grant Park is located southeast of downtown Atlanta. Some of the neighboring communities include Cabbagetown, Ormewood Park, and Peoplestown. Primarily Victorian-style homes, this neighborhood was established in the late 19th century. The nearby commercial districts include Midtown and Downtown.
Things to Do
Within Grant Park lies…well, Grant Park- which is the oldest park in the city. Along with that, the neighborhood is home to Zoo Atlanta, the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum, and Oakland Cemetery. Grant Park is also home to over 150 restaurants and bars like Ziba’s Bistro and Six Feet Under Pub & Fish House. Shops and boutiques in this neighborhood vary from cosmetic to cycling shops.
Grant Park is filled with primarily Victorian-style homes that left their legacy back when the neighborhood was developed in the late 19th century, but that’s not all. It also features small cottages and early 20th century bungalows that adds charm to the neighborhood. The average price of homes in the area is around $550,000 as of July 2021.
The school district for Grant Park coincides with many students from all the nearby neighborhoods. The elementary school in the district include Parkside Elementary and Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School. King Middle School and Maynard H Jackson High School make up the public schools around the area and St. Nicholas Orthodox Academy is the nearby private school.
Life in Grant Park
Grant Park’s small-town feel attracts residents from all over, with an abundance of cultural and ethnic diversity within the neighborhood. Being close to Midtown and Downtown offers residents a wealth of opportunities within the city. Who knows, maybe you’ll be strolling through town down the brick sidewalks and shady trees