Downtown Real Estate

Known to other areas in America as “the NYC of the South,” Atlanta is also well known for its array business, arts, and architecture. With such a lively sense of culture throughout the city, why wouldn’t anyone want to live here? Since its founding in 1847, the capital of Atlanta has grown exceptionally. Although it experienced a great number of ups and downs over the past 200 years, notably during the American Civil War and Civil Rights movements of the 1960s, Atlanta has remained a stable home to many in the Southeast.

Generally, we refer to Downtown Atlanta as anywhere inside the perimeter (that is, within the circumference of Interstate-285). There are many individual neighborhood or districts within those parameters, however; some of which include:

Midtown

Buckhead

Old Fourth Ward

Grant Park

Virginia-Highland

Little Five Points

Druid Hills

Homes Currently Available in Downtown Atlanta

There is so much to do all over Atlanta, that it would be impossible to name them all right here. From all the year-round festivals and events, to the amazing professional sports programs and teams for Atlanta, there is always something to do.

The physical expanse of Atlanta is 134.0 square miles, with a population density of 463,878 people per square mile.