12/12/2017

Poncey-Highland

Poncey-Highlands is named for – you guessed it! – the intersection at Ponce de Leon and North Highland Ave. It is located just south of Virginia Highland and North of Inman Park. Candler Park and Old Fourth Ward border Poncey-Highlands on the east and west side, respectively. All this to say that this is a very walkable neighborhood! In fact, at the time of post, Walkscore.com named Poncey-Highlands the third most walkable neighborhood in Atlanta! Moreover, the Atlanta Beltline runs directly through Poncey-Highlands, providing miles of multi-use trails, and in the future, pedestrian friendly public transit.
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Poncey-Highlands is a small, but friendly and hip part of town that is popular for its night life scene and it’s many restaurants and shops. When visiting, you must spend an evening at the Plaza Theatre, which is the oldest movie theatre in the city that has been in continuous operation. On a Friday night, be sure to check out the Rocky Horror Picture Show, which always boasts an animated and lively crowd. Afterward, stop by Manuel’s Tavern, which has been rated as Atlanta’s best bar numerous times by various organizations.

Also, stay tuned in for information about the redevelopment of the Ponce City Market, one of the biggest redevelopment undertakings in the country.

The Ponce City Market, which borders Poncey-Highlands on the west, will transform over a million square feet into shopping, dining, galleries, and residential housing. All of this within walking distance to some of the most popular neighborhoods in the city! Ponce-City-Market

Finally, home to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, Poncey-Highland is a popular tourist destination for all those history-buffs out there; the museum features documents and materials relating to President Carter’s administration and personal life. Visit and Enjoy all that this diverse and vibrant neighborhood has to offer!

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