Midtown Atlanta is exactly where it says it is - right in the middle of downtown to the south and Buckhead to the north. Though the home of many office towers and retail shops, Midtown is also full of residential living.
Many stand-alone homes can be found in surrounding areas as you travel up Tenth Street along Piedmont Park. As you head further toward and along Peachtree Street, high rise condos and lofts are more the norm.
There is a lot to like about living in midtown. The location is obviously amazing for intown commutes, and MARTA and the freeways are easily accessible. Atlantic Station, a pedestrian-friendly retail, dining and entertainment area, is nearby. Need a culture fix? The High Museum of Art, Woodruff Arts Center and Alliance Theater are just up the street. Or, if you need some solitude, visit the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and enjoy a quiet moment in the city. Midtown has a great vibe and is also close to the west side, which boasts some of the city's most amazing restaurants and shopping.
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