Living In West Midtown Atlanta
Living in West Midtown Atlanta means being enveloped by a vibe of inspiring design and arts while enjoying close proximity to some of Atlanta’s best shopping and restaurants.
Here’s where factories and warehouses from the 1880s have been converted to vintage residential lofts, modern office spaces, popular restaurants, live music venues, art galleries along with plenty of fresh “grade A” retail. For example, the Westside Provisions District where artisanal tastes are expressed within an industrial minimalist venue.
The neighborhood further expresses its creative self with the Goat Farm Arts Center, Westside Cultural Arts Center, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center and King Plow Arts Center. Explore these centers and more during the art walk that happens every third Saturday of the month.
Anticipation of the development of the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail, the 2 billion-gallon Bellwood Reservoir and the 280-acre Westside Park (to be larger than Piedmont Park by close to 100 acres) has also fueled interest. These factors ensure Midtown West’s bright future for decades to come.
Living in West Midtown Atlanta including Atlantic Station, Loring Heights, Home Park and neighboring Midtown has become increasing popular among Atlanta’s young professionals as well as empty nesters seeking to enjoy the vibrant urban Atlanta lifestyle.