Inman Park

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Historic Inman Park is Atlanta’s first planned community and one of the nation’s first garden suburbs. The streets of Inman Park are only minutes from downtown and filled with restored Victorian, Colonial Revival and Queen Anne style homes dating back to the civil war. Civil War historic markers are located throughout the neighborhood including The Woodruff House and General Sherman’s encampment. In the early 1900’s, entrepreneurs such as Asa Griggs Candler, founder of the Coca-Cola Company, called Inman Park home.


Inman Park is close to the Highland Avenue shopping and dining district, dotted with bakeries, cafes and boutiques. Inman Park is also within walking distance to many neighborhood parks including Inman Park, Freedom Park and Springvale Park, a 4.6-acre park designed in 1889.


Inman Park’s youngest residents will either attend Dekalb County Schools, Atlanta Public Schools or one of the prestigious private schools in the area. Mary Lin Elementary is a top school and has been awarded the Bronze Award for high student achievement many times. Inman Middle School was selected to participate in the Alliance for a Healthier School’s Program, a joint initiative between the American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation. Henry W. Grady is home to four learning academies: Biotechnology and Engineering, Business/Entrepreneurship, Communication/Journalism, and Public Policy/Justice.
  • Mary Lin Elementary School
  • Inman Middle School
  • Henry W. Grady High School
  • Horizons School and The New School
  • The Children’s School
  • The Paideia School

Things To Do

  • Atlanta BeltLine
  • Edgewood Shopping Center
  • Famous Vortex Bar & Grill
  • Freedom Park and Inman Park with members only pools
  • Inman Park Festival and the Inman Park Tour of Homes
  • Krog Street Market
  • Little Five Points – shops, restaurants, theaters, pubs and music
  • Theatres – Horizon, Dad’s Garage, 7 Stages and Variety Playhouse
Inman Park is chocked full of history as well as dining, arts and culture. By day, enjoy strolling through the local shops and galleries. Home to Inman Park, Krog Street Market is built in a 1920’s warehouse featuring a food hall and specialty shops. By night, catch a performance at a local venues, or get a bite at a local eatery.

Inman Park also provides locals tons of green space including easy access to the popular new Atlanta BeltLine. Outdoor lovers can hop on the Freedom Parkway PATH trail or bike the Atlanta BeltLine. Residents also enjoy the neighborhood Springvale Park, a renovated park that features a natural spring pond filled with ducks, fish, turtles, a blue heron, and the unofficial geese-mascots, Lucy and Ricky. Children enjoy fishing in the pond as well as the new three‐story tree house‐themed structure.


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