Reynoldstown is a historic district and intown neighborhood on Atlanta’s east side. Only 2 miles from downtown, Reynoldstown neighborhood attracts new families, singles, empty-nesters, students, and artists due to its close proximity to other intown neighborhoods, high walkability index, and bohemian hot spots. Reynoldstown has an active neighborhood association.
Reynoldstown is a community that was originally settled after the Civil War by freed slaves who were employed by the railroad. Madison and Sarah Reynolds were the first ex-slaves to move into the area and are the namesakes of the neighborhood. Reynoldstown was annexed by the city of Atlanta in 1909 and celebrates its history at its annual Wheelbarrow Festival. Today, Reynoldstown is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
In this small but tight-knit community, residents and their dogs enjoy morning walks to ParkGrounds Atlanta for coffee, baked goods and a spot to talk with neighbors. Or they grab breakfast or lunch with classic favorites at Homegrown on Memorial Drive.
Reynoldstown today, with an eclectic mix of local businesses, is a pedestrian-friendly community situated along the BeltLine and includes beautiful murals and artwork throughout.
Artsy, historic, where old meets new, these are the elements of Reynoldstown.
Inman Park connects to the Eastside Beltline. Many restaurants, murals, and green spaces line this section of the Beltline which is included in the Lantern Parade each year.
Taqueria Tsunami, Golden Eagle, and Muchacho offer various dishes and cuisines. New development, Madison Yards includes new retail spaces and restaurants including an AMC theatre, Publix, Salata, and First Watch.
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