The Inman Park Village is located on N. Highland Avenue near Elizabeth Street in the Inman Park neighborhood. You’ll find condos, apartments, shops and restaurants here as well as the BeltLine Eastside Trail and the Freedom Park PATH trail. Restaurant highlights include the Parish, Fritti, Sotto Sotto, Hampton + Hudson Bread & Butterfly and Barcelona Wine Bar. The village also has direct access to the BeltLine Eastside Trail and the Freedom Park PATH trail.
The area is about a 15 minute walk from the Inman Park MARTA Station on the blue and green rail line, however, the station exit to the neighborhood is closed for renovation until March 2019, making it more challenging to reach the village easily on foot. So we recommend requesting an Uber or Lyft car or riding the bus in the meantime.
Bus 16 travels near the village and departs from Five Points and downtown Atlanta. Exit at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library (notify your bus driver). Walk down Washita Avenue next to the bus stop to North Highland Avenue and turn right. To reconnect with bus 16, walk to the other side of the Carter Library for the trip back downtown.
How to Ride MARTA Buses
Navigating the Inman Park Station