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Grant Park went through a restoration and revitalization trend that started in the early 1970’s and continued through the 90’s.  In 2000, it was declared Atlanta’s largest historic district.  The neighborhood is bordered by Ormewood Park on the east and Cabbagetown on the North.  Not to far to the west is Turner Field where you can walk to the Braves Games!

Grant Park boasts a great combination of old and new residents with construction styles varying from bungalows, preserved Victorians, cottages, and new construction homes [Read More]


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Grant Park Homes for SaleMore about Grant Park

A great selling point to this neighborhood is that it has many activities to offer it’s residents.  The park alone is visited by more than a million guests annually.  There is also the Grant Park Pool, Zoo Atlanta, the Cyclorama, and the historic Oakland Cemetery.

There are great restaurants located on the north side of the park.  A few favorites to note are: Dakota Blue, Grant Central Pizza, Ria’s Bluebird, Stone Soup Kitchen, and of course, the ever popular Six Feet Under and Tin Lizzy’s!