Cabbagetown is one of Atlanta’s best kept secrets. It is located in town on the eastside of Atlanta. The community is an artsy, hip place with an edge that attracts diverse residents. Cabbagetown has a rich history. The historic district, Cabbagetown District, is listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and the neighborhood is adjacent to Atlanta’s oldest cemetery, the Oakland Cemetery. Cabbagetown is connected to Inman Park via the Krog Street Tunnel. The Atlanta Beltline runs next to Cabbagetown and Cabbagetown Park is a great amenity for outdoor enjoyment.
This area was the location of one of the South’s first textile mill. The mill closed in the 1970s and during the 1990s, revitalization efforts ramped up, transforming the neighborhood from the inside out. Many of the single family homes exist and since have been renovated. The mill has been converted into the Cotton Mill Lofts.
Today, the neighborhood still portrays the vintage 19th century feel. Highly rated restaurants such as a popular French breakfast and lunch joint, Petit Chou, and a bohemian brunch place, Carroll Street Cafe, offer welcoming atmospheres to residents. Cabbagetown has become a popular area for young adults seeking a neighborhood
where they can walk to shops and restaurants.
Vintage, welcoming with greenspaces nearby, these are the elements of Cabbagetown.
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621 North Ave. NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
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