Old Fourth Ward 2017-2018 Market Snapshot: Single Family Homes

Where intelligent gentrification meets community pride.  Old Fourth Ward is diverse, revitalizing, and enjoying a burgeoning real estate market. The prices of sold homes in Old Fourth Ward increased 10% in 2017. Higher-end new construction pushed the sold price to a median of $559,000. Prices hit a 5 year high in 2017 […] 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 »