Adair Park is a historic Atlanta neighborhood next to the West End MARTA station on the red/gold rail line. It was established by the founder of the Atlanta Real Estate Company and co-founder of the Atlanta Street Railway Company, George Washington Adair. Features of the neighborhood include bungalow-style homes that were built between the 1890s and 1940s, several parks and the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail. The area is seeing some revitalization and there is a mix of old and new residents.
From the MARTA station, follow the signs to the south parking lot and turn left on Lee Street in front of the station. At the split in the road, keep left for the Lee Street Connector that crosses over the freight railroad tracks to enter the neighborhood.
The south end of the neighborhood and Adair Park I is also in walking distance from the Oakland City MARTA station. Turn right on Lee Street in front of the station, then right on Dill Avenue and left on Metropolitan Parkway. Walking time is about 30 minutes.
Or bus 95 also travels to and from the neighborhood via the West End MARTA station.
- Walk to parks and the BeltLine
- Easy access to the Atlanta University Center (free shuttle at the West End MARTA station), Turner Field and Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood
- Bike or park and ride MARTA at the West End MARTA station for an easy commute to downtown, Midtown and Buckhead
- Several small discount grocery stores are in the area or drive or take the BeltLine trail (once complete) to Kroger in West End