The Westside is seeing a residential resurgence in recent years. Due in part to the recent installation of the Westside BeltLine, neighborhoods such as Adair Park, Mozley Park, Westview/West End, Capitol View, Oakland City, Pittsburgh and more are desirable places to buy. Homes are still relatively affordable and more retail and restaurants are opening in the area every day.
Westside neighborhoods have easy access to I-75, I-85 and I-20. Because of their proximity to downtown, these areas are attractive to people who work here and in midtown as well as those whose livelihood demands air travel – Hartsfield is only about a 10 minute drive away. Homes on the Westside also enjoy convenient access to downtown sports and entertainment venues as well as Georgia State University.
Our team has been working with a large number of investor clients to renovate and sell homes in Westside neighborhoods with great success. Clients love the price, walkability and locations of these communities.
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