Reynoldstown is an Atlanta neighborhood to the east of downtown and just south of Inman Park that was originally settled by freed slaves. Houses are primarily shotgun cottages and bungalows, and an older apartment community is also next to the station. New apartments are currently under construction.
As a redeveloping area, there is more crime here than in nearby neighborhoods, but convenience to the BeltLine and the Edgewood Retail District are two selling points that will likely give this area a boost. It also has a distinct railroad vibe with a rail yard at the northern end of the neighborhood and H. Harper Station, a former rail depot turned restaurant, at the south end.
The nearest MARTA station is Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA station on the blue/green rail line. If you are traveling from the red or gold line, transfer to an eastbound train at the Five Points station marked Indian Creek or Candler Park.
Once at the station, follow the signs pointing to Reynoldstown after exiting the fare gates (to the left). This exit provides access to a parking lot, the neighborhood and the retail district.