Welcome to Glenwood Park
Cozy, cheerful enclave in East Atlanta
On the eastern side of Downtown Atlanta, Glenwood Park is a charming mixed-use community with a blend of townhouses, parks, and commercial buildings. The community is nestled between Grant Park and East Atlanta Village, just south of Interstate 20. This New Urbanism development is a small hamlet that keeps amenities within walking distance. Residents often live in condos above their favorite coffee shops and eateries or in darling townhouses that keep them close to the action. Downtown Atlanta is at your fingertips when you live in Glenwood Park, but there is always plenty going on in this intimate enclave.
What to Love
- Strong sense of community
- Centrally located to Atlanta amenities
- Plethora of urban green space
- Walking distance to all of your favorite eateries
- Old school ambiance with a small-town atmosphere
People & Lifestyle
This cozy enclave is eclectic as its residents, giving a delightful texture to the community. With an undeniably welcoming ambiance, friendly Glenwood Park encourages a close-knit relationship between neighbors, which is especially important in an urban setting. Hip and happening, this neighborhood is extraordinarily walkable and easy to navigate, and the lively atmosphere keeps social calendars filled to the brim. Glenwood Park is perfect for anyone who misses the bygone days of small-town living but doesn’t want to sacrifice modern urban amenities. Whether you’re a young professional or an established entrepreneur with a growing family, Glenwood Park has a plethora of housing options to accommodate your needs. Everyone is welcome here.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Glenwood Park is home to some of the most innovative and inviting culinary experiences in the city. Eccentric Gunshow Restaurant is a creative eatery with bold flavors and a daring menu that turns the traditional dining experience on its head. Each meal is presented to the table by the chef who crafted it, cocktails are prepared tableside on rolling bar carts, and the 8-10 dish tasting menu is designed to be shared between two. Make sure you call ahead for reservations since Gunshow is one of Atlanta’s most renowned dining experiences. The Cake Hag is a quirky specialty bakery operated by mother-daughter duo Maggie and Katie. With a passion for immaculate desserts and a flair for eye-catching design, The Cake Hag is a local go-to for tiered wedding cakes that taste as stunning as they look. For a taste of Southern hospitality, head to Vickery’s Bar and Grill. Their elevated menu of Southern favorites is served with a smile. It’s an excellent place for a business luncheon or after-hours cocktails for two.
Things to Do
Glenwood Park is the perfect home base for urban explorers. Located steps from the ATL Beltline, a paved pedestrian pathway that connects over a dozen downtown neighborhoods, Glenwood Park makes accessing the heart of the city easy. The neighborhood is moments away from Atlanta’s sweeping Grant Park and the surrounding neighborhood of the same name. Grant Park is the oldest city park in Atlanta, and the neighborhood around it boasts some of the most immaculate, historic Victorian homes in the city. Here, you’ll find Zoo Atlanta, a conservationist zoological institution that’s home to exotic animals, from the big cats of the African savanna to scaly reptiles and their amphibious friends.
Glenwood Park offers students a myriad of educational opportunities to foster their creativity and stimulate their intellectual growth. A few of the most prominent nearby academic facilities include: