Welcome to Inman Park
Inman Park is easily one of the hottest areas in the city. Its renaissance is aptly symbolized by the butterfly logo you’ll spot all over the neighborhood. If you look closely you’ll see two faces outlined in the pattern of the butterfly’s wings - one face looking to the neighborhood's past and the other looking toward the community’s future.
Area Highlights:Krog Street Market, Inman Park Village, Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail, Little 5 Points, The Trolley Barn, Jimmy Carter Presidential Center, Variety Playhouse
Elementary: Mary Lin Elementary School
Middle: Inman Middle School
High School: Grady High School
Parks & GreenspaceFreedom Park Trail, The Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail, Springvale Park, Gateway Park, Bass Recreation Center, Historic Fourth Ward Park, Freedom Barkway Dog Park
INMAN PARK has the honor of being Atlanta’s first planned suburb. It was built to the delight of the city’s burgeoning elite at the turn of the 19th century and to this day remains one of Atlanta’s most coveted pieces of real estate. Inman Park is a walkable, markedly-Victorian neighborhood juxtaposed against the backdrop of nearby modern structures and high rises of the city. The neighborhood is classical in design from its well-landscaped parks, to its carefully-planned tree-lined streets.
The neighborhood is home to the city’s forward-thinking and progressive crowd, with more and more young, urban singles joining the families and professionals who populate the area. In large part, this is a result of the popularity of the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail, which runs right through the Inman Park Village, providing easy access to the many boutique shops, top restaurants and lively bars which make the area so appealing.
From the lush greenspaces and colorful flora, to the Victorian mansions that characterize the neighborhood, to the popular shopping and dining destinations, the lovely Inman Park leaves little to the imagination and even less to be desired.