Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Atlanta,
Georgia neighborhood of Reynoldstown
draws an eclectic mix of residents who appreciate in-town living. Formed in the 1860s and nestled between Cabbagetown
on its west and Edgewood on its east, this pedestrian-friendly location allows residents a quick and easy commute three miles west to downtown Atlanta
and five miles east to downtown Decatur. Many apartment buildings cluster near DeKalb Avenue to the north, giving locals nearby Memorial Drive, Interstate 20, and MARTA to the south as transportation options.
Locals enjoy playing cornhole and gathering at the multi-use center in centrally-located Lang-Carson Park. For food, the casual dining at Homegrown, which displays and sells antiques and art, draws rave reviews. At ParkGrounds, locals drink and eat while their dogs run in the yard. WonderRoot, a music, entertainment, and visual arts venue near Homegrown, attracts residents to hear bands, produce and view photographic works, and celebrate local artistic talent.