Midtown Real Estate - Atlanta, GA
Midtown real estate and architecture is second to none, with many of its neighborhoods containing homes for sale that were built in the early 1900s. Most have been meticulously maintained and many have extensive renovations. In turn, since the 90s, Midtown has become home to some of the most recognizable skyscrapers in the city, and new condominium developments continue to spring up.
Listing information last updated on October 23, 2021 at 7:15 AM EST.
More About Midtown
One of the most interesting and diverse areas in the city, Midtown is a cultural hub that draws people in from all walks of life. As of 2011, Midtown’s resident population is just over 41,000 while its business population is just over 81,000. Students round out the population at 26,500. Meanwhile, around six million people visit the area each year.
Things To Do In Midtown
Midtown is also home to numerous events and festivals, including the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, Peachtree Road Race, and Atlanta Jazz Festival. The neighborhoods within Midtown celebrate as well, with specific festivals held in each neighborhood throughout the year. Midtown is home to hundreds of restaurants, shops, and nightlife, some considered the best in the state and the southeast.
Popular Midtown attractions include the Fox Theatre, Ferst Center for the Arts, the Center for Puppetry Arts, Piedmont Park, the Beltline, Atlanta Botanical Gardens, and 14th Street Playhouse. So whatever you’re searching for – parks, concerts, restaurants, walkable streets, fun people – you’ll find it in Midtown Atlanta.
There are also numerous historical homes and buildings, including the Margaret Mitchell House and Rhodes Hall. The Georgia Institute of Technology calls Midtown home, as does the John Marshall Law School and Savannah College of Art and Design.
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