Morningside Community Organizations

Morningside/Lenox Park is a quaint and prosperous community hidden between historic oaks and shady parks. The area is one of the most dynamic intown neighborhoods. Within walking distance to the Beltline, numerous parks, shopping, dining, and award winning schools, families enjoy the ease of city living with the comfort of a close-knit neighborhood. […] Read more »

Walker Park

On the maps since 1949, Walker Park is an eight-acre park that sits on a plateau nestled between I-20 and Memorial Dr Highway. The first part of the 1900’s have seen many transformation of the park and the area. See how the area developed through the years. Within the Edgewood community – […] Read more »

Changes Is in the Air

I love learning! Last month I had the pleasure of attending two informative real estate events — the Atlanta Real Estate Summit hosted by the Atlanta Board of Realtors and Atlanta Business Chronicle at the Federal Reserve building and the Midtown Alliance’s Annual Meeting at The Fabulous Fox Theatre. I left both […] Read more »

Art Scene #IntownWestside

Once known as the industrial district, many of the Westside’s factories and warehouses have been converted into cutting edge cultural institutions like the Westside Cultural Arts Center and King Plow Arts Center. The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center’s Studio Artist Program supports 14 local working artists by providing subsidized studio space and fostering a collaborative environment […] Read more »

Artisans #IntownWestside

West Midtown has quickly become a haven for foodies and fashionistas alike. Local shops and restaurants feature hand-crafted furniture, paper goods, clothing, jams, breads, cheeses, cocktails, ice cream and more. Craftsmanship is king in this neck of the woods. Read more »

Discover Callanwolde #IntownDruidHills

Built by Charles Howard Candler, the eldest son of Asa Griggs Candler who founded The Coca-Cola Company, Callanwolde is a magnificent Tudor Revival style mansion situated on a beautifully landscaped 12.5-acre estate.  A busy, non-profit community arts center, Callanwolde now offers classes and workshops for all ages in visual, literary and […] Read more »

#IntownDruidHills: A Place for Learning

The many scholars of Druid Hills provide learning opportunities for all ages. Upcoming events include Ancient Astronomers This special planetarium show at the Fernbank Science Center is a journey of discovery.  Chamber MusicThe Emory Chamber Music Society will perform Franz Schubert’s Wintereisse on January 22 from 12 – 1pm at the Carlos Museum. Nature Walk A 2-hour […] Read more »

Neighborhood of the Month: Druid Hills

Home to Emory University, Druid Hills features a wealth of stately historic homes on quiet idyllic streets, making it the perfect match for the discerning and upscale homebuyer. With masterful landscaping that frames a mixture of perfectly manicured Georgian, Jacobean, and Italian Renaissance estates, it’s no wonder that living in Druid […] Read more »

#IntownTourist

Day and night, there are hundreds of things to do intown. Whether you’ve got an hour or a multi-day, seize the chance to play #IntownTourist this month with some of the following options. New Exhibits Intown Searching for the Queen of Sheba | Fernbank Museum Discover the myth and mystery behind one of […] Read more »