Fireworks #IntownCondo

This time of the year, condo owners are in for a special treat — hassle free views of Fourth of July fireworks at Centennial Olympic Park,Turner Field, and Lenox Square. If you don’t own a condo, you can watch the Centennial Olympic Park fireworks from the roof of theGeorgia Aquarium. Read more »

Green #IntownCondos

Green #IntownCondos Condos are a smart choice for people who want to live green. Sharing three walls (plus a floor and ceiling) with other units, they are significantly more energy efficient than single-family houses and occupy less land. Located one block south of Piedmont Hospital, The Brookwood is among the first LEED certified mixed-use high-rise condominiums in Atlanta. Read more »

The Benefits of Condo Living

If you are looking to buy a house in an urban area like Atlanta, you should consider a condominium living as well. From first time homeowners to empty nesters, condos offer the following: Location Condominiums are often located near business districts, shopping, entertainment, and nightlife. They typically offer easy access to […] Read more »

COTA Fundraiser for Everett Gray

#IntownGiving Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria to Donate Funds to COTA in Honor of Three-Year-Old Heart Transplant Patient Everett Gray is a local three-year-old boy from Grant Park who recently received a life-saving heart transplant. Volunteers are currently raising funds for the Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA) which will help his […] Read more »

Attraction: Freedom Barkway

Located on state-donated land at the corner of Freedom Parkway and Boulevard, Freedom Barkway off-leash dog park provides gated greenspace for dogs to run and socialize. Originally organized by Fourth Ward Neighbors neighborhood association, The Old Fourth Ward Freedom Barkway Corporation (OFWFBC) is a non-profit charitable corporation that continues to raise funds […] Read more »

Event: O4W Arts Festival

Created by artists, The Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival will feature 150 fine arts and crafts vendors including an Emerging Artists’ Pavillion. The Festival also offers live artist demonstrations, acoustic music, a children’s play area, and hands-on arts activities. Mark your calendar for June 27 – 28 at the Historic Fourth Ward Park, a prime example […] Read more »

O4W Street Art

Once considered an urban scourge, large scale graffiti in the Old Fourth Ward continues to transform drab walls into works of art. TheLiving Walls conference has brought artists from all over the U.S. to beautify streets like Edgewood Avenue. More recently, Tiny Doors ATLbegan installing 6-inch tall doors in strategic places throughout the […] Read more »

Swim #IntownSummer

Did you know that Atlanta now ranks #5 for most pools per capita in the country? If you don’t have a pool at your pad, take the family to Garden Hills Pool, swim in heart of Midtown at Piedmont Park Aquatic Center, or try out Decatur’s only diving board at Ebster Park Pool. You […] Read more »