Samuel Inman, a cotton magnate and Atlanta Businessman, is the namesake of this near-downtown neighborhood. Once the height of health in Atlanta, Inman park is a highly desirable area of interest and beauty. It was one of the nation’s first garden suburbs, and they have turned the Atlanta Stove Works into the Krog Street Market– a mixed use business and restaurant open-air shopping hot spot. While only two miles from downtown, it retains a peace and quiet more common of the suburbs.
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Elementary: Mary Lin
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Neighborhoods nearby: Poncey-Highland, Reynoldstown, Cabbagetown, Old Fourth Ward, Candler Park, Edgewood and Sweet Auburn
Neighborhood association: Inman Park Neighborhood Association