Inman Park is a neighborhood located in East Atlanta. It is home to a multitude of small eateries and shops. One of the biggest attractions in the area, the Inman Park Festival, is an ensemble of music, activities, and a parade that runs every April to pay tribute to the culture and character within Inman Park. Some of the nearby commercial districts include Downtown, Midtown, and Buckhead.
The atmosphere within Inman Park oozes rich history and is praised by many within the community for making it what it is today. The neighborhood is home to many young couples and families, and retirees within Inman Park. This community welcomes all newcomers with open arms- with opportunities to meet new people over some local sidewalk restaurants and eateries.
Within Inman Park lies residential beauty. These Victorian homes have been well-maintained of their original glory to reminisce the dream of the neighborhood’s developer, Joel Hurt. Places like Krog Street Market and the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail are just a few of the ‘neighborhood amenities’ that people within the neighborhood have access to. At Inman Park, there is an abundance of good eats like Wisteria and Folk Art Restaurant, dog supplies stores like Inman Park Pet Works, as well as neat pop-up shops like The Collective and Bill Hallman. Inman Park is also easily accessible to the Edgewood Retail District.