Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade

MARTA to the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade

September 22 | 8pm

Lake Claire Community Land Trust

MARTA to the Lake Claire Community Land Trust

The Lake Claire Community Land Trust is a neighborhood greenspace that has festivals, gardens, community events and a playground closest to the Candler Park MARTA station on the blue/green rail line. It is about a 20-minute walk from the station, or bring your bike on MARTA for a shorter commute. To reach the Candler Park station, take … Continue reading MARTA to the Lake Claire Community Land Trust

Krog Street Market vendors

MARTA to the Krog Street Market

The Krog Street Market is an indoor market with dining and retail inside part of the historic Stove Works factory complex at 99 Krog Street. You can shop for specialty gifts and items, enjoy a beer at Hop City or grab a bite to eat one of many restaurants -- both casual counters and sit-down table-service eateries. … Continue reading MARTA to the Krog Street Market

Jackson Street Bridge Atlanta

MARTA to the Jackson Street Bridge

The Jackson Street Bridge is one of the off-the-beaten-path attractions in Atlanta. The bridge itself isn't the focus, but rather the skyline view from the bridge. It's a great spot to take a picture and the view also has a claim to fame as one of the shots from the TV series "The Walking Dead". … Continue reading MARTA to the Jackson Street Bridge

Inman Park Neighborhood

Living in the Inman Park Neighborhood

Inman Park is a historic Atlanta neighborhood full of parks, famous homes and Civil War battles sites. Built as Atlanta's first suburb in 1890, it was named after Samuel M. Inman, a successful businessman who partnered with engineer Joel Hurt (of the Hurt Building fame) to develop a "rural" neighborhood environment. Inman Park today is a wealthy … Continue reading Living in the Inman Park Neighborhood

LP Grant Mansion

MARTA to the Grant Mansion

The Lemuel P. Grant or L.P. Grant Mansion is a historic Atlanta home in Grant Park at 327 St. Paul Avenue. Grant was a civic leader, major landowner and railroad engineer in the early days of Atlanta. Today the house is one of very few antebellum structures in the city, built in 1856, and was the birth … Continue reading MARTA to the Grant Mansion

Grant Park Atlanta house

Living in the Grant Park Neighborhood

Grant Park is one of Atlanta's historic intown neighborhoods near downtown Atlanta and the the King Memorial MARTA station on the blue and green rail line. Victorian homes and bungalows in the area date back to the late 1800s, when the land purchased by Lemuel P. Grant in 1843 was subdivided. The neighborhood also features a large park … Continue reading Living in the Grant Park Neighborhood