Welcome to East Atlanta
Located on Atlanta’s east side, this community is a perfect fit for those that want to live in “the cool part of town”. This trendy area is home to some of Atlanta’s most unique and livable neighborhoods.
- The people who live here are Professionals, Hipsters, Artists, Longtime Residents, Musicians, Visionaries, Students, Musicians, Recent Graduates.
- Great for Cultural Activities, History, Arts, Festivals, Food, Street Art, Eclectic Feel, Skyline Views, Pet Friendly , Music Events
- Area highlights include East Atlanta Village, Little 5 Points, EAV Farmers Market, Brownwood Park, Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta, the East Lake YMCA, The Earl
EAST ATLANTA is a perfect combination of culture and community. Located at the intersection of Flat Shoals and Glenwood Avenues, this quirky neighborhood is incredibly welcoming, tight-knit, and full of city-pride.
Young professionals, young families, and recent college graduates flock to this area for the post World War bungalows that they would price out of in other Atlanta neighborhoods. EAV also has its fair share of grand Victorians, traditional craftsmans, and charming new construction. Many homes are recently renovated and have larger backyards than other traditional urban houses. Even with the popularity of the neighborhood rising, home prices are increasing yet still quite affordable.
Here you will find eclectic boutiques, trendy scene restaurants, hole-in-the-wall coffee shops, music venues, and pet-friendly greenspaces. Brownwood Park is just one of the many places to unwind in East Atlanta with a newly renovated recreation center or check out the local non-profit farmers market each Thursday evening. The community also hosts several events throughout the year, including the East Atlanta Strut, Battle of Atlanta Festival, Brownwood Park Bike Rally, and the East Atlanta Beer Festival.
East Atlanta Village is ideal for those looking for a new, hot neighborhood. With easy access to the city’s major transportation highways and close to several MARTA stations, business is booming as shoppers come to explore the quaint shops, funky bars, and local eateries. The Washington Post recently called East Atlanta “the best kept secret in Atlanta.” Creative Loafing has said EAV is the “epitome of cool and a neighborhood’s neighborhood,” and the New York Times states that the neighborhood is “reaching the crest in what has been a steadily rising wave of cool.”