Old 4th Ward
Old 4th Ward is a historic neighborhood in Atlanta. Located just east of downtown, in an area originally settled in the early 1800s, Old 4th Ward is the birthplace of America's best-known civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Until recently, the main attractions to this neighborhood have been based in history, such as the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, Ebenezer Baptist Church and the Sweet Auburn Historic District. Visitors can tour restored shotgun houses, Victorian homes and Craftsman bungalows in the neighborhood.
In recent years, Old 4th Ward has continued to evolve and redefine itself. One big asset to the area has been the proximity to Freedom Parkway and the Atlanta BeltLine. This neighborhood also features the Historic Fourth Ward Park, dedicated in the spring of 2011. This park encompasses 17 acres of new green space, a two-acre lake, playground, a state-of-the-art splash pad, an outdoor theater, athletic field and a world-class skate park.
Dining options are everywhere here, from Serpas True Food to relative newcomer Venkman's — not only a restaurant but a music venue as well. Don't miss the myriad bars, restaurants and shops on Edgewood Avenue, where you can also hop on the Atlanta Streetcar.
Residents in Old 4th Ward are typically zoned for Hope Hill Elementary School, Inman Middle School and Grady High School. School zoning information can be found here: http://www.atlanta.k12.ga.us/Page/832
To find out more details about this neighborhood, visit the webpage here: www.fourthwardneighbors.org
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Also neighboring Old 4th Ward is Poncey-Highland. Poncey-Highland is a smaller neighborhood on the northeast side of Atlanta, just south of Virginia-Highland. It is so named because it is near the intersection of east/west Ponce de Leon Avenue and north/southwest North Highland Avenue. It is a safe, walkable community with excellent access to downtown Atlanta.
Poncey-Highland is home of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, established in 1982, and Freedom Park, which features a bike path that runs all the way to Stone Mountain and also connects to the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside trail. Dining options are plentiful and include the recently-renovated Manuel's Tavern and 24-hour favorite Majestic Diner, along with more upscale favorites Babette's Cafe and Two Urban Licks. Or, get on the beltline and restaurant hop up and down this fantastic stretch of Atlanta.
Residents in Poncey-Highland are typically zoned for Springdale Park Elementary School, Inman Middle School and Grady High School. School zoning information can be found here: http://www.atlanta.k12.ga.us/Page/832
To find out more details about this great community, check out the Poncey-Highland Neighborhood Association webpage here: www.ponceyhighland.org
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Updated: 16th May, 2021 10:26 AM (UTC).