This Fourth Of July Atlanta-Learn More About Old Fourth Ward

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In celebration of the Fourth Of July Atlanta, I wanted to write a blog about one of the most popular Atlanta GA neighborhoods in Fulton County, Old Fourth Ward. This Atlanta neighborhood of Old Fourth Ward, is located in Fulton County GA. 30312 and 30308, City of Atlanta.

This subdivision is located to the North and South of Freedom Parkway between 75 / 85 and Moreland Ave. SE and near Several Atlanta Parks. Houses are built between 1895 – 2014+ and built in the several styles. From Craftsman to Bungalow, from modern to Cape Cod. The list price range for a house in Old Fourth Ward is between $39,000 to $850,000.

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Are School Districts At Time Of Post

Elem : Hope-Hill
Middle : Inman
High : Grady

Community streets in Old Fourth Ward include Alaska Ave., Angier Ave, Arnold Street, Auburn Ave., Bishop Way NE, Boulevard Place, Bradley Street, Corley Street, Cornelia St., Daniel Street, East Ave., Edgewood, Fitzgerald St., Felton Drive, Fortune St., Gartrell St., Glen Iris Drive, Highland Ave., Hogue St., Howell St. NE, Irin St., Jackson St., John Wesley Dobbs Ave., Kendall St., Kennesaw Ave., Lampkin Street, Linden Ave., Lucy St., Mackenzie Drive, McGrunder St., NE, Morgan St. NE, Old Wjeatr St. Parkway Dr., Pine St. NE, Prospect Place, Ralph McGill Blvd., Randolph St., Rankin Street, Wabash Ave., Willoughby Way NE, and Winton Terrace.

More Old Fourth Ward Resources

Historic Fourth Ward Park Conservancy Website
Atlanta Beltline Historic Fourth Ward Park Web Site
Arts Festival Info.
Neighborhood Website
Business Association Website

Location Of Neighborhood:
GA-400 to Interstate 85 S exit toward Downtown, Merge onto I-85 S, Take exit 249D toward U.S. 78/North Avenue/Ga tech/U.S. 278, Turn left onto US-278 E/US-29 N/US-78 E/North Avenue NW., Continue to follow North Avenue NW, Turn right onto N Angier Ave NE.

For more data on this Atlanta neighborhood or more communities around Atlanta, visit our RE/MAX Real Estate website at www.NorthAtlantaHomeTeam.com.

Crown Candy Loft Living In Atlanta Georgia

Welcome To Info On A Crown Candy Loft

A Bit About This Loft Building

Crown Candy Loft Atlanta GeorgiaLocated at 320 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SE is Crown Candy Lofts. Spacious open floor plan lofts with authentic brick wall details and high loft ceilings. In 1936 the Crown Candy Corporation moved from 84 Pryor Street in downtown Atlanta to the current Crown Candy building, which was built in 1927. Located near Oakland Cemetery, they did business at this location until 1971. The Crown Candy Corp. is now located in Macon GA.

In 1999, The Crown Candy building was converted into 21 residential lofts. Living here you will be convenient to The Atlanta Beltline, Grant Park, Marta, and Zoo Atlanta. You will not be disappointed if you choose to call Crown Candy Lofts home.

A monthly Home Owner Association (H.O.A.) fee of $262.00 a month, is required. The amenities include gated indoor and outdoor parking, landscaped courtyard, rooftop deck, and convenient location to Old Fourth Ward and Cabbagetown neighborhoods.

Crown Candy Lofts Currently For Sale

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Public Schools At Time Of Post

Elementary School: Cook-Fulton
Middle School: King
High School: Grady

What is the average price range?

The list price range for a property in Crown Candy Lofts, at time of post from history in the Georgia MLS, is between $38,500 to $435,000. There appears to be units that have between 1 to 2 bedrooms and 1 to 2.5 bathrooms.

Where are these lofts located?

Crown Candy Loft Building Location AtlantaLocated in the City of Atlanta, 30312 just off of Memorial Drive and near 75/85 and North of I20. Take Ponce and Moreland, South on Moreland, Dekalb Ave W. to downtown, Dekalb turns into Decatur, just past King Memorial Marta, left on Grant Street / Hillard, complex at corner of Martin Luther King and Grant Street SE.

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805 Peachtree Street Atlanta Lofts

805 Peachtree Lofts Atlanta GA
What an interesting address! It seems there are so many Peachtree streets, lanes and avenues in Atlanta and of course there would be a loft community called 805 Peachtree as well. Located in the City of Atlanta, Fulton County GA 30308.

The Loft Property is located in the City of Atlanta, Fulton County GA 30308-In The Heart Of Intown Atlanta. Located on Peachtree Street between 5th & 6th.

The list price range for a loft located at 805 Peachtree is between $110,000 to $995,000 . Lofts built 1951 to 2006 . Most units have between 1 to 3 bedrooms & 1 to 3 bathrooms.

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According to the information on their website, the building Architecture is an international combination of Bauhaus and Miami Beach inspired art deco. There are 30 different floor plans in stack architecture and this accounts for only one version per floor.

The Building has such great architecture that it has been featured in movies, photo shoots and even a Whitney Houston Music Video from October 2002.

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The median selling price for a home, at time of post, is $267,827.00. The average total list days on market is 170, at time of post.

The Neighborhood Schools At Time Of Post

Elementary: Morningside
Middle: Inman
High: Grady

Home Owner Association (H.O.A.) fees, at time of post, can be between $377.00 a month to over are a thousand a month and includes a Clubhouse, gated entrance, Gym Facilities, Homeowners Assoc, Public Trans., Park, Restaurant, Catering Kitchen, Guest Suite, and Physical Fitness Facilities.

Location: From Ponce De Leon Ave and Moreland Ave, West on Ponce towards downtown, right on Peachtree St NE, building on the right just past the old church, drive just past building and turn right immediately for the gust parking, check in with concierge.

Atlanta Beltline’s New Townhomes By John Wieland – Highland Park

The Newer Atlanta Beltline’s Townhome Neighborhood of Highland Park is located in the City of Atlanta, Fulton County GA 30312. Highland Park is a John Wieland collection of maintenance-free townhomes in the heart of Atlanta. Choose from a collection of award-winning plans with chef kitchens, spa baths and enviable details.

The average list price for a townhome in Highland Park is between the high $300’s to the $600’s. Most townhomes built in 2013+ and have between 3 to 4 bedrooms & 3.5 bathrooms.

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Highland Park Townhome Atlanta GA (5)The average pending price for a townhome in Highland Park at time of post, is $449,643.00.

Schools At Time Of Post

Elem: Hope-Hill
Middle: Samuel M. Inman
High: Henry W. Grady

Home Owner Association fees, at time of post, are $2,340.00 a year. Jog, bike or walk through the streets of Old Fourth Ward and Atlanta’s original neighborhoods like Inman Park, Cabbagetown and Candler Park. Or take a short walk along the Beltline to the inviting green spaces of Old Fourth Ward Park or to shopping and dining at the expansive new Ponce City Market.

Enjoy an afternoon biking or walking on the Freedom Park trail, a paved path that winds through the city, catch a Braves game at Turner Field or see the headliners at nearby Philips Arena.

Streets in the community include Corduroy Lane and Patterson Way.

Directions: I-75/85 take exit 248c to merge onto Freedom Parkway toward the Carter Center. Travel 0.6 miles to Boulevard and turn left. Turn right onto Highland Avenue. Travel 0.6 miles on Highland Avenue. The entrance to Highland Park is on your left.

Old Fourth Ward

Known for it’s rich history, Old Fourth Ward (O4W) is the neighborhood in which Martin Luther King Jr. was born and raised. On Auburn Ave, you can still visit the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site and see Mr. King’s birth home and even the Ebenezer Baptist Church where he was a pastor throughout his adult life.

Unfortunately, in thOld Fourth Ward-Atlanta March 2009 GA (8)e mid-1900s, O4W began to decline. However, beginning slowly in the ’80s and picking up momentum by 2000, the neighborhood began to gentrify. Spurred on by new real estate developments that took advantage of the neighborhood’s excellent location and highly sought after surrounding neighborhoods (e.g., Inman Park, Poncey Highlands, and Midtown), new construction quickly began on apartments, condos and townhomes that featured retail and coffee shops and markets on the ground level.

Further, the development of the Atlanta Beltline (which began as a Georgia Tech student’s graduate thesis!) was one of the most significant turning point’s for the O4W. Still underway, the Atlanta Beltline is the most comprehensive and extensive revitalization effort that city has ever undergone. By redeveloping old railway corridors in the city, multi-use trails and parks have been constructed in its place and will eventually connect 45 neighborhoods directly to one another. Set to be completed over the next several years, the Beltline will provide 22 miles of pedestrian friendly rail transit, 33 miles of multi-use trails, over 1000 acres of public parks, and numerous art projects that exemplify the area’s history.Old Fourth Ward Atlanta GA Map

The development of the Beltline has rapidly fueled nearby real estate development. The Eastside Beltline trail, which runs through O4W, attracts thousands of visitors every day and has propelled significant gentrification of the surrounding area which rushes to catch up. For example, the Ponce City Market which once was a bleak yet large edifice, was bought out by Jamestown Properties in 2011, and is set to restore over a million square feet into retail stores, restaurants, office space, a preparatory school, and residential units. The Market will also connect to the Beltline for easy access.

Moreover, in 2011, the Historic Old Fourth Ward Skate Park opened up alongside the Beltline, and was kicked off by the renowned Tony Hawk! Adjoining the skatepark is a playground and large athletic field for all kinds of games and activities. The park and the adjacent Beltline are always bustling with families, pets, and active individuals all enjoying what this wonderful new development has to offer in the O4W.

It’s incredibly exciting to see the quick progress and new developments taking place in the Old Fourth Ward. Come out and be apart of it!

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