Old Fourth Ward

Steeped in history, Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward neighborhood is a place where old and new merge to create a thriving and diverse community on the city's east side. The neighborhood has recently experienced explosive growth and is now one of Atlanta's hippest and most popular neighborhoods.

Key Features

Room for All: You will find a variety of home styles in Old Fourth Ward, ranging from historic bungalows to unique modern houses. This neighborhood also features a large concentration of apartments, condos, townhomes, and lofts.

Extensive Expansion : Formerly an industrial area, Old Fourth Ward is now a trendy hub attracting foodies and shoppers alike. From the recent development of amenities like Ponce City Market and Historic Old Fourth Ward Park to the BeltLine along its eastern border, the community has entered a period of explosive growth.

Nest Picks

Historic Fourth Ward Park

The Historic Fourth Ward Park was built around a large stormwater retention pond and was one of the first completed urban park elements of the Atlanta BeltLine project. It features a skate park and dog park and regularly hosts festivals and weekly yoga sessions.

Ponce City Market

One of the largest adaptive reuse projects in the country, Ponce City Market is filled with hip eateries and indie fashion stores. Just years after its renovation, it is clear that this former 1920s Sears, Roebuck & Co. building is already becomoming an Atlanta landmark.

Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall

This hip new American bar and restaurant offers screened porches and local beers nestled against the BeltLine.

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