Sweet Auburn Condos
The Sweet Auburn community was a thriving center for the African-American experience from the 1890s and the 1940s. This neighborhood to the southeast of Downtown Atlanta is well-known as the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and was honored to be his final resting place, and that of his wife, Coretta Scott King.
Today, Sweet Auburn boasts the African-American Panoramic Experience (APEX) Museum as just one part of its celebration of African-American history. The buildings of the community speak to the historical legacy surrounding Auburn Avenue, the main artery of the area. With renovations, refurbishments, and new construction revitalizing the area, condos are available for purchase or for rent.
Come to Sweet Auburn for the history, and stay for the sense of community and belonging. Artists have adopted the neighborhood as a place to work and live, bringing an eclectic ambiance to the remembrance of times past.
Live in a modern, updated condo within walking distance of the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, which is one of the 24 unique businesses located inside the original Municipal Market building. From produce and meat merchants to bookstores and a pharmacy, the “Curb Market” is a favorite of Sweet Auburn locals. You can also find 11 of the city’s most popular eateries in this historical setting.
If condo living is what you’re yearning for, Sweet Auburn is the place for you. Whether your taste runs to vintage architecture with lots of character or modern, open floor plans are more to your liking, let local realtor Janet Elliot help you find your forever home in one of Atlanta’s most historic neighborhoods.