East Point

The city of East Point lies southwest of Atlanta primarily inside of I-285. This geographically large city enjoys a wealth of its own amenities as well as a location convenient not just to Atlanta, but also to the neighboring cities of Hapeville and College Park.

Key Features

Historic and Thriving: Sitting at the former eastern terminus of the Atlanta and West Point Railroad, the city of East Point was founded by 16 families in 1870. It quickly became an inviting place to live and work, and is now the sixth-largest city in Fulton County with more than 34,000 residents.

Neighborhood Pride: East Point attracts young professionals, active adults, families, and more. It is home to 25 unique, affordable, and historic neighborhoods, which boast businesses, restaurants, and several parks. Residents also enjoy the light traffic and easy access to transportation.

Nest Picks

Downtown East Point

The Historic Downtown District of East Point is surrounded by several residential communities and a large variety of dining options. During the year, it hosts many festivals, including the Taste of East Point, Destination East Point Fall Festival, and the 4th of July Fireworks Celebration.

Oz Pizza

Founded in 1997, Oz Pizza prides itself on being "truly a slice of the community." They not only make tasty pizza that is prepared in-house daily, but they also strive to give back to the community where they can. From nonprofit fundraisers to Thursday night trivia, there's always something happening at Oz.

Thumbs Up Diner

An Atlanta staple for more than a decade, Thumbs Up Diner is a tribute to the classic American diner. It functions as a neighborhood meeting place, with friendly servers and food that will have you coming back for more.

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