Morningside / Lenox Park

Quaint Living
Morningside-Lenox Park is a small, sweet community with a quiet and relaxed atmosphere. Founded in 1931, this neighborhood has become a residential haven within the city of Atlanta. The residents enjoy the neighborhood’s stark difference to the rest of the city - which offers a respite in the midst of nearby urban life. Morningside has numerous attractive destinations. Being an outdoorsy neighborhood, the local market offers the only Atlanta farmers market that requires all produce to be certified organic. There are plenty of outdoor recreation grounds the residents there love to visit and socialize at. Some of these include Lenox-Wildwood Park, Daniel Johnson Nature Preserve, and Zonolite Park. With a neighborhood full of outdoor parks there are plenty of activities to enjoy for the residents who live there.

There are highly rated bars, restaurants and cafes scattered throughout the neighborhood. With so many great eateries, the Morningside residents have no problems when recommending newcomers where to go. Restaurants include The Colonnade, Varuni Napoli, Ru San’s, Alon’s, Doc Chey’s Noodle House, The Family Dog, and Fat Matt’s Rib Shack. Bars the locals like to hang out and grab a drink include Smith’s Olde Bar, The Heretic Atlanta, and George’s Bar and Restaurant. Morningside-Lenox Park is perfect for people looking for a welcoming community with friendly neighbors. The short drive to Emory University also makes Morningside perfect for students looking for a neighborhood just a quick commute away. Morningside-Lenox Park offers a beautiful slice of Atlanta life - quaint living yet close to the city.
What Morningside / Lenox Park Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.0
value
7.6
amenities
7.0
social
6.5
management
7.3
safety
5.8
Median rents in Morningside / Lenox Park
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$
1 Bedroom
$
2 Bedroom
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Living in
Morningside / Lenox Park

Highly Recommended Restaurants
Outdoors
Close to Emory
Great Bar Scene
Safe
Good Location
Morningside / Lenox Park — 8/10 Rating (based on 1 neighborhood reviews)
Morningside is close enough to the nightlife (Highlands/Midtown and even Buckhead) and the office districts without being negatively effected by all of the traffic/commotion.
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/10
Neighborhood Rating
Carlyle Heights


Getting to Know
Morningside / Lenox Park

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Piedmont Ave NE to Herbert Taylor Park
North to South Boundaries: Cheshire Bridge Rd NE to Amsterdam Ave NE
dining
Colonnade Restaurant
Fat Matt’s Rib Shack
grocery
Sprouts Farmers Market
convenience
CVS Pharmacy
fitness
Gravity Fitness
parks
Morningside Nature Preserve
coffee
Bishop’s Coffee and Tea
Coffee & Bagel Company
bus
27 (bus)

Best Apartments
in Morningside / Lenox Park



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Studio $1,202
1 Bed $1,405
2 Beds $1,545

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1 Bed $1,430
2 Beds $1,700

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Studio $2,804
1 Bed $1,864
2 Beds $1,864

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1 Bed $1,099
2 Beds $1,112

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