20 apartments for rent near Northeast Atlanta, Atlanta, GA
Apartments in Northeast Atlanta, Atlanta, GA
Northeast Atlanta’s boundaries run from West Peachtree down to mid-14th Street, then up along Piedmont Avenue until arriving at the Spring-Buford Connector. The area includes much of the Midtown area, as well as a portion of Ansley Park.
Residents in this area have easy access to a number of parks. There’s Candler Park, which offers an abundance of picnic tables, benches, swings, and a playground, as well as walking and hiking trails with easy-to-climb hills. There’s also Historic Ansley Park, which, in addition to a famed Tour of Homes, offers residents the opportunity to join their golf park. Northeast Atlanta is also home to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
Numerous cultural landmarks can be found in the Northeast Atlanta area, including the Alliance Theater, the Fox Theater, Landmark’s Midtown Art Cinema — famous for its sophisticated atmosphere and wide range of films — and the home of Gone with the Wind author Margaret Mitchell. Rhodes Hall University, formerly the home of Amos Rhodes, owner of Rhodes Furniture stores, is also located in the area. John Marshall Law School, established in the early 1900s, is located in Northeast Atlanta, and is one of the Savannah College of Art and Design’s campuses. An art gallery affiliated with the school is also situated nearby.
If shopping is your passion, this is the area for you with both Colony Square Shopping Center and a variety of stores located less than a mile away. Alongside the boutiques and upscale stores are familiar shopping destinations such as Target and Dillard’s. Food lovers will also be quite comfortable in Northeast Atlanta, as the area has a high concentration of restaurants offering a range of cuisines, from local to exotic. Notable among them is the Table 1280 restaurant, which adjoins the High Museum of Art.
The area also offers easy access to Interstates 75 and 85, and many of the neighborhoods are located along bus routes, as well as one of the subway system’s busiest stations, Arts Center.
- Atlantic Station
- Old Fourth Ward
- Inman Park
- Little Five Points
- Lindbergh - Morosgo
- Druid Hills
- Grant Park