Inman Park

Originally built in the 1900s, Inman Park was Atlanta's first residential suburb. Now it is a vibrant area that features the BeltLine, trendy shops, and restaurants built around an old paper plant. One of the most desirable neighborhoods in Intown Atlanta, Inman Park is a blend of old and new.

Key Features

Yesterday Meets Today: Today Inman Park is home to streets lined with willow trees and authentic Victorian homes, complete with gazebos and scalloped awnings. The housing stock also includes trendy lofts and flats as well as a variety of apartment and townhome communities.

Hit the Streets: Just two miles east of Downtown, Inman Park's main streets are Moreland and Euclid Avenues. Here, you'll find a variety of eclectic stores and restaurants, nestled on the BeltLine. This old industrial area has been transformed into a thriving mecca, thanks to restaurants like Victory and Beetlecat and spaces like Krog Street Market.

Nest Picks


Whether you venture upstairs to the brasserie or head downstairs to the neighborhood cafe, expect to find inspired familiar American food, inventive beverages, and warm hospitality at Parish.

Krog Street Market

A nine-acre mixed use development on the BeltLine, Krog Street Market is a West Coast style market right here in Atlanta. It is home to both established and up-and-coming restaurants as well as local shops, market stalls, and an extensive beer bar.

Freedom Park Farmers Market

This organic local farmers market is housed year round at the Carter Center. It is one of the more popular farmers markets in town, known as an excellent place to catch up with neighbors while picking up coffee or local produce.

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