Welcome to Old Fourth Ward
The Old Fourth ward is located east of Downtown and south of Midtown. This rapidly changing neighborhood has experienced substantial growth. By the 2010s, Old Fourth Ward had become one of the most dynamic and sought-after areas of the city, winning Creative Loafing’s 2010 award for “Best Bet for Next Hot ‘Hood”
- The people who live here are young professionals, artists, hipsters, first time homebuyers, visionaries.
- Great for Business district, The Beltline, Skyline views, Public spaces/parks, Hip
- Area highlights include Ponce City Market, Masquerade, The Beltline, Historic Old 4th Ward Park, MLK Memorial, Highland Bakery, Freedom Parkway, Miso Izikaya.
Old Fourth Ward is a historic and artsy neighborhood relishing in its revitalized state, the Old 4th Ward is one of Atlanta’s hippest new communities. Old 4th Ward homes for sale offer excellent value and affordable prices in one of the city’s most convenient and notable neighborhoods. The Old 4th Ward boasts an impressive collection of historic homes as well as some of Atlanta’s top landmarks and prime amenities. A great neighborhood for families as well as those in the market for affordable starter homes, the Old 4th Ward is quickly establishing itself as one of Atlanta’s best and most livable neighborhoods.
Old 4th Ward homes for sale are noted for their historic charm and wide variety of choices. Historic bungalows and early 20th century townhouses are readily available on the market for great prices, as are modern single-family homes that offer cutting-edge amenities and unmatched comfort. All homes in the neighborhood enjoy strong value, reasonable prices and convenient access to the city’s major business districts. Its crime rate is very low and its streets host a wealth of markets, shops, restaurants and hopping nightlife spots.
In the Neighborhood
About Old Fourth Ward
The neighborhood is home to many of the city’s top attractions, amenities and key sites of interest. The Old 4th Ward’s premier attraction is the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site while the neighborhood also enjoys close access to the Beltline, one of Atlanta’s top recreation, culture and leisure corridors. The Old 4th Ward also offers a laid-back, easygoing lifestyle for residents to enjoy thanks to extensive public spaces like the Historic Old 4th Ward Park and other green spaces. The neighborhood also boasts access to public transportation as well as the historic Ponce City Market.