Glenwood Park is a mixed-use community near East Atlanta and Grant Park. Amenities include easy access to I-20 and the BeltLine trail, green bulidings, a large park and two grocery stores (Publix and Kroger). In addition to a single family homes, condos and apartments, there’s also a few restaurants including Vickery’s Bar and Grill, The Shed at Glenwood, Gunshow and Vickery’s Bar and Grill. Other businesses include a gym, hair salon and coffee shop.
Train + Walk/Bike
Take a blue line train to the Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA station and exit the station on the Reynoldstown side of the tracks follow signs). Then see below walking map. You can also use Google Maps to get bike directions.
Glenwood Park is more a biking and bus neighborhood than rail due to the 30-minute walk from the nearest MARTA station: Inman Park. Choose from the bus following options:
- Bus 21: Departs from the Five Points MARTA station and travels on Memorial Drive from downtown Atlanta to Decatur. Exit the bus at Bill Kennedy Way.
- Bus 107 departs from the Georgia State and Indian Creek MARTA stations starting travels around Glenwood Park on Glenwood Avenue and Bill Kennedy Way
- Bus 4, 34 and 74 depart from Inman Park and travel near to the neighborhood. Exit the bus after crossing over I-20. Faith, Sanders and Glenwood Avenues are all options to reach the neighborhood. After exiting the bus, walk west for about 10 minutes
Bike commuters can take advantage of the BeltLine trail that runs next to the neighborhood once the trail is completed, or use neighborhood streets to bike downtown via Grant Park or the Edgewood Avenue bike path.
Last updated April 2020