Developed in the late 1880’s, Inman Park is considered to be Atlanta’s first planned suburb. Originally conceived as an electric streetcar commuter neighborhood, Inman Park contains some of the best examples of 19th century residential architecture in the city including ornate Victorian and Queen Anne homes to smaller bungalows and foursquare style homes. Bounded by the Beltline’s Eastside Trail on the west, Freedom Parkway on the north, Moreland Avenue on the east and Dekalb Avenue on the south, the entire neighborhood is listed on National Register of Historic Places. A recent surge in development has added trendy condominium buildings and lofts along with a host of new restaurants and shops.

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