Glenwood Park is a mixed-use, urban community in Atlanta at the intersection of I-20, Bill Kennedy Way and Glenwood Avenue. The development features green building and sustainable environmental features such as stormwater retention and irrigation. In addition to a variety of housing, there is also a commercial area with restaurants and businesses including Vickery’s Bar and Grill, The Shed at Glenwood and the Matador Mexican Cantina. And the BeltLine forms the edge of the neighborhood along Bill Kennedy Way.
The neighborhood is a 30-minute walk through a transitional area from the nearest MARTA station and isn’t recommended, but several buses travel to the area.
The nearest MARTA station is Inman Park on the blue/green rail line. Bus 4, bus 34 and bus 107 that depart from the station go close to the area. Exit the bus where Moreland Avenue intersects with Glenwood Avenue, the second stoplight after crossing I-20. After exiting the bus, stay on the same side of the street (west) and walk down Glenwood Avenue for about 10 minutes.
Bus 74 that departs from the Five Points Station also has a stop directly next to Glenwood Park, though the time on the bus is a little longer. However, the reverse commute is a great option for residents who work downtown or midtown and want to take MARTA to work.
Additionally, bus 21 departs from the King Memorial MARTA station and travels on Memorial Drive and stops about a block from Glenwood Park. Exit the bus at Bill Kennedy Way near the brick loft buildings and walk south.
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