Old Fourth Ward Condos
One of Atlanta’s many historic neighborhoods is the Old Fourth Ward. This area was originally settled in the early 1800s and proudly lays claim to some of the most important history of the United States. Today, Old Fourth Ward draws visitors from all over the world to the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site, to the solemn chapel of the Ebenezer Baptist Church, and to explore the historic Sweet Auburn District.
In the recent years, Old Fourth Ward has worked hard to evolve and redefine itself as a vital community in modern Atlanta without sacrificing its historical roots. The Historic Fourth Ward Park was dedicated in the spring of 2011 and includes 17 acres of green space, a playground, and a large two-acre lake. The world-class skate park is a major attraction for young and old alike.
Revitalization and renovation of abandoned warehouses have given rise to some of Atlanta’s most desirable condos for purchase and rent. With its close proximity to the incredible nightlife that flourishes in the district and the amazing array of dining establishments, Old Fourth Ward is a popular place for those singles looking to find their first condo.
There’s even a rumor of a hidden speakeasy in a pizzeria somewhere along Edgewood Avenue. The locals are willing to share its location with new residents they welcome into the community.
Janet Elliot, an experienced realtor who knows Atlanta’s historic districts well, can help you find the condo that is perfect for you, whether you’re living the single life or starting a family of your own. Let Janet showcase for you the amazing living that can be found in Old Fourth Ward.