- Current Prices:$119,900 to $2,795,000
- Closed Prices:$107,000 to $3,700,000
- Median Sale Price:$320,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$361
- Association Fee Ranges:$0,$0 to $38381,$0 to $6720/mo
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1900 to 2021
- Sq. Ft.:380 to 6,278Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 5Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 7Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:0 - 5+ acres
Where to Live
Midtown Atlanta offers skyline views with each home. The district consists of industrial style lofts, multi-level townhomes, luxury mid-rises, modern sky-rises, and urban single-family homes. The options are endless in this dense community with many new builders developing plans to continue to add to Atlanta’s skyline. Some craftsman homes have been restored with luxury upgrades and you can also find homes with multiple mid-century modern style charm throughout the community as you head closer towards east Midtown.
The Midtown district has housing options for a wide range of buyers. In comparison to many other city centers, the Midtown community has a selection of affordable housing options for those who are willing to spend a fair amount. That said, many of the condos, lofts, townhomes, and single-family homes are geared toward the luxury market and require a bigger budget for interested buyers.
Where to Eat
No matter what you crave, Midtown Atlanta provides an abundance of options for all appetites. Pizza styles from different cities, deluxe burger dishes, Spanish cuisine, Asian fusion, coffee shops, bakeries, and many other diverse selections. Several restaurants open up early while others in the area are known to stay open very late. Be sure to stop by The Nook near Piedmont park, visit Takorea on Juniper, or the infamous Mary Mac’s Tea Room on Ponce De Leon. Also, many out-of-town visitors tend to crowd near Peachtree Street, where many tourist favorites are.
What You'll See
Midtown residents and visitors are fully active in the community. You will often see joggers, cyclists, walkers, and skaters moving about. The Midtown area is known for hosting many events at the parks, running and bicycle marathons, and other festivals. Friends and families are often visiting the community for what Midtown has to offer. Throughout the week, you will see business professionals rushing between skyscrapers and grabbing lunch within the community. The Midtown district is always full of life.
Friday Night Fun
The heart of Atlanta embraces a very vibrant nightlife of clubs, patios, and pubs. Midtown is also well-known for its museums and historic buildings. When looking for inspiration, be sure to visit the High Museum of Art, Center of Puppetry Arts, Woodruff Arts Center, or any other gallery that you may run into within the community. Visitors are amazed by the historic architecture of Fox Theatre or the historic Margaret Mitchell House while others shop till they drop at Atlantic Station near 17th Street or Colony Square located off of Peachtree Street. Enjoy great views from Skyline Park as well as arcade games, putt-putt golf courses, along with mixed beverages and quick bites on Ponce City Market’s rooftop. You will always find something to do in the ever-entertaining Midtown district.
The Perfect Sunday
Head over to the Flying Biscuit Cafe for a delicious brunch then take a stroll in Piedmont Park less than a block away. Due to popular demand, Piedmont Park has a farmer’s market setup during the weekends as well. Individuals enjoy strolling through Midtown’s residential area for its impressive homes, while others take advantage of the Atlanta Beltline trail that is in connection with several hotspots in the city. The Atlanta Botanical Garden is a short distance away from the park and provides a serene ambience. Midtown Atlanta residents enjoy the community, as its location will entertain you any day of the week.
Centrally located in the midst of it all, residents tend to find no need to leave the community and are often walking to their desired destination. For those who wish to travel out of the Midtown district, MARTA trains and buses are easily accessible. The community provides self-serve rental bicycles, and of course, taxis and ride-shares are always readily available.
Easy commute to Downtown Atlanta • Having the heart of Atlanta at your doorstep • Welcoming commercial and residential community.
Locals Don't Love
Limited public parking options • Street blocks during major events, festivals, and marathons • Construction zones and traffic.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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