Midtown Real Estate

    Midtown Homes for Sale

    Midtown has always been associated with the finest Atlanta luxury homes. Once home to the governor’s mansion and other homes of the same caliber, Midtown has always been one of the areas in which to be seen.  Today, Midtown supports a vastly diverse range of lifestyles and cultures. It is this diversity that has created the sense of community of which Midtown is so proud.

    Atlanta’s loft and condo market has exploded over the past few years.  Innovative and stylish approaches to these developments include renovated warehouses and factories transformed into funky lofts and also many high rise luxury condos.  Midtown Atlanta’s loft and condo market is buzzing with a fresh and modern approach in architecture and design.

    Location
    Midtown is a neighborhood situated between Ponce de Leon Avenue and Piedmont Park and is approximately 1 mile northwest of downtown metro Atlanta.  The line between Downtown and Midtown has never been distinctly drawn, but a safe choice for the demarcation is busy Ponce de Leon Avenue. This vibrant and diverse neighborhood stretches from the Georgia Tech campus on its western edge, north several miles toward Buckhead, and dissipates slowly to the east into the Virginia Highlands area.

    For more information on available homes for sale in Midtown contact Dillard & Company at info@dillardandcompany.com or call us at 404-974-4478.

    About Midtown Atlanta
    Midtown is the designation for 6 communities: Ansley Park, Loring Heights, Sherwood Forest, Georgia Institute of Technology and Home Park which includes the popular Atlantic Station. Until the 1960’s, midtown was referred to as the 10th St. neighborhood and prior to that it was known as Uptown Atlanta.

    Midtown is literally at the center of it all with some of the best museums, theaters, parks, restaurants and historical sites in Atlanta. Today you will find a number of successful businesses and numerous individuals and families who have chosen to reside here in order to take advantage of the conveniences of in-town living.

    There are several annual events that take place in Midtown that you will want to be sure to attend:
    Atlanta Dogwood Festival Takes place in April.
    Midtown Home Tour Takes place in April.
    Atlanta Jazz Festival Takes place in May.
    Music Midtown Takes place in May.
    Atlanta Pride Festival Takes place in June.
    Peachtree Road Race 10K Takes place on July 4th.

    Midtown sites you will want to experience:
    Atlanta Ballet
    Atlanta Botanical Garden
    Atlanta Opera
    Center for Puppetry Arts
    Ferst Center for the Arts
    The Fox Theatre
    Goethe Institute
    High Museum of Art
    Margaret Mitchell House
    Peachtree Playhouse
    Piedmont Park Conservancy
    Woodruff Arts Center

    Midtown’s skyline rivals downtown. Mighty hotels such as the Four Seasons and Sheraton Colony Square stand side-by-side with the regional headquarters of such giants as IBM and BellSouth. The Georgian Terrace Hotel, which hosted the cast party for the premiere of Gone with the Wind in 1939, still stands proudly on Peachtree Road in the heart of Midtown.

    Across the street from the hotel is the theater where the premiere took place: the recently restored Fabulous Fox Theater, which now features Broadway plays, opera, rock concerts, and movies. And just a few steps down Peachtree is the Margaret Mitchell Home and Museum, dedicated to the woman who wrote the Civil War epic.

    Also on Peachtree, you’ll find the Woodruff Arts Center, home to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as well as the High Museum of Art, which recently featured the traveling exhibits of such notables as Pablo Picasso and Norman Rockwell.

    Clubbing is the word that best fits the nightlife in Midtown, and dress codes are often strictly enforced. Now and again, you’ll even spot a velvet cordon snaking its conspicuous way onto the sidewalk, evidence of certain clubs’ propensity to emulate the chic nightspots of New York. High profile spots like the Crescent Room and Innuendo play to the 20- and 30-something rave-techno crowd, while lower-key joints like the fashionably retro Leopard Lounge offer a break from such image-conscious posturing. A nice smattering of smaller and casual neighborhood bars are spread throughout the area, and most of the big hotel bars keep up a respectable pace.

    The economic range of Midtown denizens runs the full gamut. From the mansion dwellers in Ansley Park along the northern reaches of the district to the seedy elements that haunt the liquor stores and fast-food joints of Ponce de Leon to the grungy-cum-preppy types that prevail around the campus of Georgia Tech, a broad cross-section of Atlanta natives will greet you on the sidewalk. You’ll find yuppies from all over the city taking their lunch on benches across from Piedmont Park, watched at a casual distance by a small group of the homeless being passed by a highly-coifed septuagenarian on her way to the exclusive Piedmont Driving Club. Notched into a northeast corner of Piedmont Park, membership in this exclusive group is said to be among the most coveted and elusive in the New South. It is said, though not confirmed, that Margaret Mitchell was once denied a membership, a bit too nouvelle for their taste.

    Stuck in among the many churches, restored and condo-ized warehouses, and pleasant tree-lined residential neighborhoods you’ll find some of the best dining that Atlanta has to offer. South American fusion is the new rave at Loca Luna, while distinctly different Southern American is the specialty of South City Kitchen on Crescent Avenue. Running parallel to Peachtree, quieter Juniper Street is host to a long string of casual, open-air restaurants that draw big numbers for both dinner and happy hour.

    The unquestioned social center of Midtown is Piedmont Park, a 180-acre expanse of green bordered by Monroe, 10th, and Piedmont Avenues. Featuring lakes, tennis courts, and numerous athletic fields, this is also where a great majority of in-town Atlantans turn out to walk their canine companions. Any given day will find literally hundreds of dogs and their fashionable leash-mates patrolling the grounds, and this is a great opportunity to see a wonderful cross-section of the area’s population and the admirable harmony in which they generally co-exist. While you’re there, stop by the Atlanta Botanical Gardens on the north side of the park; its forests and greenhouses provide even further haven for plant- and nature-lovers.

    Midtown’s reputation as a cultural center is well deserved, as the area is home to the High Museum of Art, The Woodruff Arts Center, and the Fox Theatre. Alongside this cultural boom, Midtown has undergone a real boom in population.  Midtown real estate is becoming more and more intriguing as new developments are springing up to meet the demand.

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