Glenwood Park is a mixed-use development near East Atlanta, just off I-20 and next to the Atlanta BeltLine. The neighborhood features green buildings and sustainable features such as park with a stormwater retention pond. In addition to a variety of housing, there’s also a commercial area with restaurants including Vickery’s Bar and Grill, The Shed at Glenwood and the Matador Mexican Cantina. Other businesses include a gym, hair salon and coffee shop.
Glenwood Park is more a biking and bus neighborhood than rail due to the 30-minute walk from the nearest MARTA station: Inman Park.
Bus 4, bus 34 and bus 107 depart from Inman Park and travel near to the neighborhood. Exit the bus where Moreland Avenue intersects with Glenwood Avenue, the second stoplight after crossing I-20. After exiting the bus, walk west down Glenwood Avenue for about 10 minutes (away from the village).
Bus 74 departs from the Five Points Station and travels directly to Glenwood Park, though the time on the bus is a little longer. This bus is a great option if you live in Glenwood Park and work in downtown or Midtown.
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 at the stoplight.
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.