You'll find an abundance of historic homes, from Victorian Mansions to tidy, 1920s-era bungalows. Residents here stroll brick sidewalks beneath shade trees. Some of the homes sit just across the street from the park.
A diverse mix of people call Grant Park home; its small-town feel and affordable housing options make it a popular address for single professionals, young couples and families. If you are looking for a place to live, you'll find apartments, townhomes and single-family homes. You'll also find plenty of places to eat, with more than 150 eateries, pubs and coffee shops nearby. The shopping district has a selection of shops and boutiques, from cosmetics to art to bicycles. Residents have easy access to local interstates.
In addition to the playground and swimming pool at Grant Park, children can play at Ormond-Grant Park Playground and Phoenix II and Phoenix III parks has athletic fields and tennis courts where both children and adults can get a little exercise. Students who live in Grant Park are zoned for Atlanta Public Schools, and Atlanta Charter Neighborhood School is in the area.
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Updated: 16th September, 2019 8:46 AM.