Welcome to East Atlanta
Home to dozens of restaurants, watering holes and live music venues, this super hip Atlanta neighborhood has one big personality.
Hipsters, artists, long-time residents, singles, young families and first time home buyers.
The locally-owned restaurants, nightlife, walkability, Brownwood Park, pet and family friendly activities, older homes, active neighborhood association (EACA) and more affordable housing.
Downtown Atlanta, more restaurants in Glenwood Park, Grant Park and the Atlanta Beltline.
Single family homes range between $165K and $500K. Average sales price in the mid $200s.
Hip, eclectic and charming is how we would best describe East Atlanta. Creative Loafing describes it as “the epitome of cool” and the Washington Post thought that the East Atlanta Village (EAV) was “the best kept secret in Atlanta.”
When you hear people talking about East Atlanta it can mean one of three things:
- The East side of Atlanta that includes EAV, Grant Park, Ormewood Park, Reynoldstow, Kirkwood and several other nearby neighborhoods
- The East Atlanta zip code of 30316, that just includes the East Atlanta Village, Ormewood Park, Gresham Park, Glenwood Park and a few not quite developed communities
- The East Atlanta Village itself, which is located South of I-20 and East of Moreland Avenue and includes the business district, as well as the surrounding homes
East Atlanta real estate has quickly become a hot commodity over the last few years and you see homes being renovated on almost every street that surrounds the village. If you are looking for homes for sale in the area, you can find them all below, direct from the Atlanta MLS!
East Atlanta News, Events & Real Estate
Take a tour around East Atlanta
The heart of East Atlanta is the East Atlanta Village at the intersection of Flat Shoals and Glenwood Avenues. It is here that you’ll find quirky bistros, coffee shops, boutiques, patio restaurants and live music venues. No matter what time of day you walk down the streets of the East Atlanta Village (EAV for short), you’ll find a cast of interesting characters — from street musicians to moms jogging with strollers. You will quickly see why Creative Loafing refers to EAV at the “epitome of cool.”