Welcome to Midtown
Walkable, trendy neighborhood with a vibrant arts and culture scene
Midtown Atlanta is as chic and trendy as it gets. Home to upscale hotels, museums, convenient shopping, and top-tier restaurants, it should come as no surprise that so many people have fallen in love with this part of the city. Those looking to relocate to a lively yet sophisticated neighborhood should explore the many amenities in Midtown.
This community is well-known for being close to top restaurants, attractions, and stores. In this relatively small area, you have access to Piedmont Park, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, High Museum of Art, Fox Theatre, Center Stage Theater, MODA, Alliance Theatre, and Synchronicity Theatre. Individuals who want to immerse themselves in Atlanta’s arts and culture scene should be sure to consider buying their new home in this neighborhood.
Midtown offers a range of single-family homes, townhomes, and condos. These properties range from quaint, charming, and affordable to sprawling and luxurious. Thanks to this wide range of available home types, buying can be as budget-friendly or as lavish as you want it to be. Condo units are priced from just below $200K to above $1 million.
What to Love
- Sophisticated, trendy vibe
- Highly-rated restaurants
- Convenient shopping
- Minutes to downtown
People & Lifestyle
Midtown Atlanta is the epitome of sophistication and style. Streets are lined with modern buildings that have polished exteriors. The heavy influence of the numerous arts and culture venues is felt throughout the neighborhood and is especially appreciated by those who love museums and live performances.
Working professionals, arts and culture enthusiasts, and anyone wanting to live in a chic part of town with the latest in shopping, dining, and entertainment will feel right at home in Midtown. Whether looking to fill your social calendar for the evening or the weekend, incredible experiences await.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
In addition to its robust arts and culture scene, Midtown Atlanta’s shopping and dining scene is stellar. Reach your favorite stores, cafes, bars, and restaurants within minutes.
Think that you need to head to the suburbs to get everything on your shopping list? When living in Midtown, all of your daily necessities can be found steps from home. Local favorites include Whole Foods Market (two locations), Trader Joe’s, T.J. Maxx, Publix, The Home Depot, PetSmart, and Staples. There are also plenty of upscale boutiques and shops in the neighborhood, including Savi Provisions (gourmet groceries) and Eco Denizen.
When it’s time to eat, Midtown is the place to be. On almost every block, there are outstanding restaurants and cafes. Residents highly recommend places such as Blue India, 26 Thai Kitchen & Bar, South City Kitchen Midtown, Lyla Lila, Empire State South, The Lawrence, Babs Midtown, Ecco, Einstein’s, Bar Margot, and Foxtrot Liquor Bar.
Things to Do
As one of Atlanta’s more bustling neighborhoods, you can always count on having something fun to do in your free time. This part of the city is known for hosting exciting events and festivals and for having a top-rate arts and culture scene.
Midtown is the site of the Atlanta Pride Festival. At this festival, attendees can watch (or participate in) the event parade, browse an eclectic selection of items from local vendors, and enjoy live entertainment. Each September, locals can also attend Music Midtown at Piedmont Park. Some of the world’s biggest music acts perform concerts during this high-energy weekend event.
Midtown is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include: