Midtown

Hip, exciting, and perfectly situated in the heart of Atlanta, Midtown offers direct access to many of the city's finest parks, theaters, shops, and restaurants, as well as excellent transportation access alongside beautiful homes and buildings.

Key Features

Big City Life, Neighborhood Feel: Midtown has one of the fastest-growing residential populations in the city. You can walk to 150-plus restaurants, 300-plus acres of parks and green space, world-class arts and attractions, shopping, events and festivals, and much more. In addition to the city's most walkable environment, Midtown serves cyclists with five miles of bike lanes with 11 more planned and a bikeshare program established in 2016, easy accessibility by car, and one of the most robust transit systems in the Southeast.

Have It All: Historic bungalows can be found alongside high-rises and trendy lofts in this neighborhood. No matter what you're looking for, Midtown has it.

Nest Picks

Midtown Arts District

Midtown is a center for arts and culture in Atlanta. From the High Museum of Art and the Fox Theater to Opera Atlanta and the Alliance Theatre, this neighborhood is booming with plays, concerts, operas, and exhibitions.

Fox Theatre

Originally planned as part of a large Yaarab Shrine Temple, the Fox Theater was purchased during its construction, developed as a lavish movie theater, and opened in 1929. The breathtaking venue is now the home of concerts, Broadway shows, and the Atlanta Ballet.

Piedmont Park

Originally developed as a planned residential area in the mid 1800s, Midtown boomed with the opening of the 185-acre Piedmont Park later in the century. Today, it serves as the city's cultural epicenter and hosts some of its most renowned institutions and festivals.

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