Inman Park

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Inman Park is a hip and fashionable town known for its great food scene. Cafes, wine bars, restaurants, and colorful artwork along the city streets populate the neighborhood. These attractions especially appeal to the younger crowd and college students living in the neighborhood. This is due to its great location - being so close to Emory University and near to Georgia State University makes it perfect for commuting students. Inman Park’s history as Atlanta’s first conceptually-constructed suburb is reflected by its pretty homes and landscape. Many of the residents find a key benefit to living in Inman Park is the traditional community “feel” the neighborhood exudes.

A great destination Inman Park is known for is the Krog Street Market. A fun selection of artisan bakeries, eateries, and restaurants make it a great place to socialize and hang out. Other places to eat and socialize with friends include Two Urban Licks, Fox Bros, BBQ, The Porter Beer Bar, Daddy D’z BBQ Joynt, and The Vortex. Also in town is the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum for people interested in learning about history and seeing a replica of the United State’s oval office. Inman Park is a great place for those looking for a neighborhood with an upbeat and hip feel that’s close to Atlanta universities.
What Inman Park Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.2
value
7.2
amenities
7.5
social
8.0
management
6.7
safety
8.5
Median rents in Inman Park
Studio
$
1,545
1 Bedroom
$
1,700
2 Bedroom
$
2,765

Living in
Inman Park

Great Food Scene
Very Safe
Lots of Green Areas
Parks
Active and Walkable
Centrally Located to Other Neighborhoods
Inman Park — 9/10 Rating (based on 10 neighborhood reviews)
I think Inman Park is the single best neighborhood in Atlanta for young professionals. It has a good blend of not feeling too large, plus ample restaurants and fun things to do. It is also filled with tons of other young people who share similar interests. It is also a very safe neighborhood too.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
N. Highland Steel
Lots of awesome restaurants and hang out spots. It's a very active area in the weeks.
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Alexan on Krog
This is an amazing neighborhood right on the belt line with great bars/restaurants. It's also very centrally located both to Emory, Virginia Highlands, Old Fourth Ward, Cabbagetown/East Atlanta, etc.

I put the commute at 15-30 minutes but it's closer to the 15 minute range.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
N. Highland Steel
Amazing neighborhood, right on the beltline and has great bars and restaurants
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
N. Highland Steel
Best neighborhood in the city!
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
N. Highland Steel
Great area with lots to do (bars, restaurants, music venues) that is all very walk-able from the apartment. There are a good deal of homeless as well but I've never had a problem.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Station R
The building is located in Little Five Points, which is an up-and-coming area. There are a bunch of restaurants and bars you can walk to. It's more of an artsy scene. We're also a short walk to Inman Park where you'll find more restaurants and bars. The area is central to most of the city, including campus which is only about a 10-15 minute drive.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Bass Lofts
Electric neighborhood with Little 5 points and East Atlanta within a mile. Safe neighborhood with good lighting.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Station R
Love all the restaurants, shops, parks, and bars within walking distance
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/10
Neighborhood Rating
Mariposa Lofts
Bar/restaurant scene growing
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
N. Highland Steel


Getting to Know
Inman Park

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Krog St NE to Moreland Ave NE
North to South Boundaries: E John Lewis Freedom Pkwy NE to DeKalb Ave NE
dining
American Deli
Fritti
Little Five Points Pizza
Miss Crumpy’s Hot Wings
Revolution Doughnuts
Wisteria
fitness
Chien Hong School Of Kung Fu
Snap Fitness
parks
Inman Park
coffee
Aurora Coffee
Starbucks
bus
107/4/9 (bus)
16 (bus)
rail
BLUE/GREEN (metro)

Best Apartments
in Inman Park



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Studio $1,465
1 Bed $1,500
2 Beds $2,162

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Studio $1,120
1 Bed $1,425
2 Beds $1,819

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1 Bed $1,540

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Studio $1,425
1 Bed $1,660
2 Beds $2,125

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