City of College Park

The City of College Park is located adjacent to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and South Atlanta. It features a cute downtown area, several MARTA lines, and accessibility to I-85 and I-285. Residents enjoy the benefits of a large city alongside the neighborliness of a hometown here in the fourth largest Georgia city on the National Register of Historic Places.

Key Features

Historic Housing: College Park is known for earlier 1900s Craftsman homes mixed with newer infill homes. The tree-lined streets and sidewalks make this city peaceful and accessible to residents and visitors alike.

Wilburn's Legacy: College Park is one of the few cities in the country that had a female architect, Leila Ross Wilburn, heavily involved in planning when it was constructed in the 1890s. Her mark extends even further than that; homes designed by Wilburn still exist in the city. College Park is also adjacent to the proposed Airport South Community Improvement District, also known as Aerotropolis, which promises exciting new prospects for the area.

Nest Picks

Brake Pad

A Downtown College Park fixture, Brake Pad is a gas station turned American bar and grill with excellent patio dining.

College Park Women's Club in Camellia Hall

This beautiful and historic 1897 colonial revival structure is a favorite of Atlanta residents. It features a ballroom with a stage and grand piano, and hosts a members-only women's club.

Downtown College Park

Downtown College Park is a place that remembers the past while embracing the future. This is evident in its historic main street business district, known for its walkability, and in its shops and restaurants.

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