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The Hunter Hills neighborhood of Atlanta is nestled between I-285 and Highway 78. It is a modest working-class neighborhood. Surrounding neighborhoods include West Lake, Mozley Park, and Dixie Hills. The neighborhood’s motto is “One Community, One Family.” Notable past residents are C.T. Alexander, Charles Hopper, and C.A. Scott, founder of the Atlanta Daily World Newspaper.
Hunter Hills lies adjacent to Atlanta University Center Consortium, Incorporated, a non-profit organization whose mission is to help provide a quality education for African-American students and other students of diverse backgrounds. The member institutions include Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Spellman College, and Morehouse School of Medicine. Hunter Hills also provides off campus housing to Georgia State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Emory, Morris Brown College, and Oglethorpe University.
The Atlanta Job Corps and the City of Refuse both have offices in the neighborhood, and provide quality education and job training services.
Neighborhood parks include Washington Park, Mozley Park, Maddox Park, and Grove Park. Washington Park has tennis courts. More development is planned for Hunter Hills. Westside Park will become part of the Atlanta Beltway, a connected park system winding through several neighborhoods.
The Marta station is also located in the neighborhood, offering residents both train and bus services.
Public and private schools are both in the area. Public schools include Perkinson Elementary, Knollwood Elementary, Riverside Primary, Griffin Middle School, Westlake High School, and Washington High School. Some of the private schools are Excel Academy and Bridges Academy.
There are many good restaurants in the area, including Eno Restaurant, Afrodish Restaurant, Rathburn’s Restaurant, Sharon’s, Starfish Restaurant, Vine, and Q’s.