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Grant Park

Established in 1883, Grant Park is one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods. Home to Zoo Atlanta, Oakland Cemetery and the fourth largest park in Atlanta. Grant Park has an active neighborhood association and the Grant Park Conservancy works to restore, beautify and maintain historic Grant Park. There are many great restaurants including Doc Chey’s Noodle House, Grindhouse Killer Burgers, Mezcalito’s Cocina & Tequila Bar, Ria’s Bluebird, and many more. Grant Park is also home to CHaRM, the Center for Hard to Recycle Materials. Recycling Center. The Beacon is a new development on the northside of the Southside Beltline Trail through Grant Park. The Beacon project transformed six industrial buildings into 110,000 square feet of restaurants and bars, a coffee shop, a bakery, a gourmet market, retail shopping, daycare, and medical centers

A thriving historic intown neighborhood, these are the Elements of Grant Park.


Grant Park has one of the largest areas of Victorian architecture in the city. Large two-story mansions face the park, more modest two-story Queen Anne houses are on surrounding streets with one-story Victorian cottages and Craftsman bungalows east of the park.


Parkside Elementary
Martin Luther King Jr. Middle
Maynard Jackson High School


The Beacon
CHARM – Center for Hard to Recycle Materials
Grant Park
Zoo Atlanta
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