Southwest Beltline Neighborhoods

The Southwest BeltLine neighborhoods include West End, Adair Park, Capitol View, Capitol View Manor, Pittsburgh, and Oakland City. These neighborhoods are historic; the West End is on the National Register of Historic Places, while Adair Park was developed from the 1890s to the 1940s, aiding in Atlanta's transition from a "railroad town" to an urban area. Today, the Southwest BeltLine neighborhoods have experienced a recent explosion of development, reinvestment, and renewal with the addition of the BeltLine.

Key Features

Classic Style: Architectural styles within this district are varied, and include Craftsman bungalows, Queen Anne, Stick style, folk Victorian, colonial revival, American foursquare, and neoclassical revival homes.

Room to Grow: Adair Park and the West End have quickly become some of Atlanta's most talked-about and sought-after neighborhoods for young professionals and families.

Nest Picks

Lee + White Development

Originally part of "Warehouse Row," Lee + White sits between the Atlanta BeltLine's Westside Trail and Rose Circle Park. An adaptive reuse project with 14 buildings, it embodies the revitalization of many Westside neighborhoods. It is now home to local breweries and distilleries, and has become one of the area's premier food and beverage districts.

Wren's Nest

The Wren's Nest is located in the Joel Chandler Harris House, a Queen Ann Victorian built in 1870. It is a cultural center that celebrates the timeless legacy of the Br'er Rabbit tales and promotes the art of storytelling in all of its contemporary forms.

Lean Draft House

The Lean Draft House was the first business to open on the BeltLine's Westside Trail. The beer-centric eatery also provides craft tacos, a popular patio, and games, surrounded by European vintage motorcycles and apparel.

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