ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD
In the 1920s, Morningside was a new type of “suburb”; commuters traveled to and from their homes by streetcar and, if they were fortunate enough, by car. Now, Morningside and Lenox Park, developed in 1931, are valued as “close in” or “intown” neighborhoods with short drive-times that commuters outside the Perimeter surely envy. With more than 3,500 households, this community is home to smaller, pocket neighborhoods – including University Park, Noble Park, Johnson Estates and Hylan Park. Morningside is just down the street from shops, pubs and restaurants in the popular Virginia Highlands.
40 WALK SCORE
46 BIKE SCORE
28 TRANSIT SCORE
THINGS TO DO
Morningside Farmer’s Market Monthly Neighborhood Social Events Great Restaurants and Patio Dining Atlanta Botanical Gardens Piedmont Park
Numerous Nearby Parks Midtown and Virginia Highlands Shopping & Dining
Morningside Elementary, Inman Middle School, Grady High School
Galloway School, The Howard School, Immaculate Heart of Mary School, Pace Academy, Paideia, St. Pius X High School, The Waldorf School and Westminster Academy
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