Midtown, as the name implies lies in the very heart of the city midway between Downtown and Buckhead.

As the cultural center of the city, Midtown is home to the Fox Theatre, the Woodruff Arts Center, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the High Museum of Art, as well as the Atlanta Ballet and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Strolling through Midtown you will find the city’s largest park, Piedmont Park, Tech Square, a plethora of restaurants, pubs, nightclubs and shops as well as a variety of entertainment venues. Midtown Music and Pride are just two of the annual festivals hosted in Piedmont Park.

Creative Loafing named Midtown the most walkable neighborhood in Atlanta and that came as no surprise. MARTA offers bus and train service which connect Midtown will pretty much the entire city. The exciting Belt Line Project offers pedestrians and cyclists easy access to events and attractions in other Intown neighborhoods. When you live in Midtown, you hardly need own an automobile!

Understandably, Midtown has become a very desirable residential location, as well as a leisure and entertainment destination. This popularity has lead to a booming development of high-rise and mid-rise condos, loft conversions and townhomes in Midtown, as well as renovation of historic single-family homes.

When you are looking for a single family home, townhouse, condo, or investment property in Midtown, call Karen Kelly of Real Atlanta at (404) 564-2609 or email: karenkelly@kw.com. 

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Today’s Market Trends for Midtown *

Median Listing Price: $929,220 -0.02%
Median Listing Price/Sq Ft: $304.0000 -0.03%
Total Listings: 84 0.05%
Total Listings Previous Months:January








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* All data pertains to single-family homes

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