Inman Park

Atlanta’s First ‘Suburb’ oozes character

Welcome to Inman Park

Lay down roots in this historic neighborhood with a big personality
Inman Park is a trendy neighborhood known for being Atlanta's first planned suburb and its first electric trolly neighborhood. In the 1970s, Inman Park underwent extensive restoration and revitalization. Today, Inman Park is filled with Victorian-style mansions on expansive lots, curving streets, and lush green parks. The community beautifully combines the old and the new, with historic homes alongside modern-day buildings. It also has a reputation for excellent restaurants, cafes, wine bars, colorful art, and vibrant nightlife.

What to Love

  • Small-town feel with big-city conveniences
  • Ample opportunities for walking and biking
  • Plenty of history

Local Lifestyle

Inman Park has everything you'd expect from Atlanta, such as friendly Southern hospitality, mouthwatering food, and a thriving nightlife scene. It also has very high walkability score. Its location near Emory University and Georgia State University makes Inman Park ideal for commuting students. A key benefit for residents is the traditional community feel the neighborhood exudes.

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Sotto Sotto, a long-standing restaurant in Inman Park, serves classic Italian dishes like cacio e Pepe, bucatini, and ravioli nudi. If you still have room after trying every one of the 13 pastas on the menu, order the panna cotta for dessert.

BeetleCat is a seafood restaurant that offers two dining options. The decor is modern coastal on the second floor, with dark woods, a blue-white color scheme, and plenty of large windows overlooking North Highland Avenue and Elizabeth Street. Downstairs, however, BeetleCat transports diners to the early 1970s with lower-level seating inspired by a cozy New England den. Everything from lobster rolls to mussels and oysters is on the menu.

The Albert is known for fantastic burgers. You can also order tasty appetizers like pimento cheese with sausage and smoked nachos. There are over 70 beers on tap as well as a great selection of wine and cocktails.

Krog Street Market has transformed into a bustling one-stop shop for all things eating and drinking in Inman Park. The market includes restaurants, food stalls, and a Hop City with a bar and several beers on tap.

Things to Do

The Inman Park Festival is a beloved three-day event. It includes a home tour, three music stages, a dance festival in the Trolley Barn, arts and crafts, a kid's zone, and a street parade. The parade features crowd favorites like the Trash Monarch, Precision Attache Case Drill Team, and Seed & Feed Marching Abominable.

The Krog Street Tunnel, which connects Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown, and Inman Park, is well-known for its constantly changing, colorful street art. Locals visit Freedom Park Trail for picnics, bike rides, and walks. Furthermore, the park extends from Ponce de Leon Avenue to the Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA station.

The BeltLine bus tour departs from the station's Inman Park side on Friday and Saturday mornings. The three-hour ride explores Atlanta's rails-to-trails project's history, progress, and future. Register early because seats are limited.

Springvale Park offers several opportunities to connect with nature. This quaint little green space is ideal for sitting and conversing with the waterfowl or simply unplugging. While you're there, take a stroll around the neighborhood and take in some of the amazing Victorian architecture that Inman Park offers.


Inman Park is zoned within DeKalb County School District.

  • Mary Lin Elementary School, Public, Grades PK-5

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Overview for Inman Park, GA

5,018 people live in Inman Park, where the median age is 34 and the average individual income is $98,276. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Inman Park, GA

Inman Park has 2,703 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Inman Park do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 5,018 people call Inman Park home. The population density is 12,540.762 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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