Inman Park Apartments for Rent
Undulating green hills, mature trees, and a mixture of elegant, historic architecture make Inman Park an amazing neighborhood to call home. Located two miles east of downtown Atlanta Georgia, Inman Park is on the National Register of Historic Places. Victorian Painted Ladies and Craftsman bungalows define this quaint, quirky neighborhood.
The annual Inman Park Spring Festival and Tour of Homes has been taking place every April for 39 years. It contains Atlanta’s largest street market (an antique and art lover’s dream-come-true), a juried arts and crafts show, a fun and funky parade, live entertainment, food, and home tours.
Freedom Park is a 210-acre park and the largest public park in Atlanta. With six miles of trails through some of the most beautiful neighborhoods and green space in the city, Freedom Park connects Inman Park to Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and Little Five Points, among others.
Inman Park is just about a mile from Georgia State University — well within walking distance. For those who prefer mass transit, Inman Park’s MARTA station will take you quickly through the metro area.