Edgewood is a diverse Eastside neighborhood adjacent to Kirkwood, Little Five Points, and Reynoldstown. Residents and visitors enjoy the performing arts center and the creative youth development program in the neighborhood. New development near the established MARTA station promises to make Edgewood even more of a destination in the near future.

Key Features

Craftsman Chic: Originally built to house blue collar workers, Edgewood's real estate is made up of primarily craftsman bungalows rather than the Victorian architecture you may find in neighboring communities. Today, Edgewood is known for its great location and community amenities as well as its historic housing stock.

More than a Bedroom Community: This small neighborhood boasts a rich and vibrant community life alongside convenient amenities. Originally its own town until 1909, Edgewood was developed to accommodate the growing needs of residents who worked downtown during Atlanta's Reconstruction-era economic boom that lasted from 1870 to 1910.

Nest Picks

Edgewood Retail District

The Edgewood Retail District is a one-stop shop for everything from local and artisan crafts to diverse eateries to large chain retailers.


Nestled inside Edgewood Retail District, the Beehive features exclusively local makers and carries everything from art and jewelry to candles and clothes. Small yet inviting, it is the perfect place to find a gift or unique statement piece, or to develop your crafting skills in one of their workshops.

Edgewood Community Learning Garden

Located on the side of an old apartment building and rebuilt in 2015, the Edgewood Community Learning Garden is a fantastic place for kids to learn about gardening and get their hands dirty. It also features play structures and populations of both chickens and bees.

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