Midtown is a centrally-located Atlanta neighborhood with lots of options for entertainment and cultural experiences.

Welcome to Midtown​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Central neighborhood brimming with culture and commerce

Midtown is a centrally-located Atlanta neighborhood with lots of options for entertainment and cultural experiences. This exciting and fun neighborhood has the greatest concentration of art and cultural institutions in the Southeastern United States and hosts many major festivals throughout the year. The neighborhood is known as Atlanta’s Heart of the Arts and is also the city’s second-largest business district with many major corporate headquarters and offices. Midtown is diverse both in terms of people and the types of housing available. The real estate mix ranges from stylish condominiums in contemporary high-rises to historic mansions with elegant interior and exterior design. Most of the high-rise developments in the area were built from the mid-2000s onward. 

What to Love

  • Arts institutions and cultural attractions 
  • Diverse real estate mix 
  • Thriving business district 
  • Excellent shopping and dining options

People & Lifestyle

Midtown is one of Atlanta’s most dynamic districts. The area is constantly evolving and few other neighborhoods have seen as much change since the beginning of the 21st century. The last two decades saw the construction of many new residential and office buildings as well as the development of the 14-block pedestrianized Peachtree Street shopping area. Midtown’s thriving business sector includes the headquarters of The Coca-Cola Company and offices for firms such as Wells Fargo and PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Midtown is also home to diplomatic missions and international organizations including the Consulate-General of Canada and the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

This bustling central district is packed with high-rise hotels and office buildings as well as high-end retailers and restaurants. Bar Margot at the Four Seasons Hotel is a concept restaurant fusing classic American cooking with Asian and European influences. Handmade pasta, delectable cakes and desserts, and exceptional charcuterie and cheese selections can be enjoyed alongside the finest quality coffee and craft espressos plus an outstanding selection of cocktails and spirits. The Lawrence offers innovative fine dining, pairing specialties such as duck tongue carnitas with exquisite cocktails and signature house bourbon. The Consulate joined the Midtown dining scene in 2017 and was quickly featured on OpenTable, Diner’s Choice, and Zagat lists of the city’s best new restaurants. Dim sum and other internationally- influenced small plates are served alongside craft cocktails in a quirky retro setting. Café Intermezzo is a refined European-style coffeehouse with delicious fresh pastries and lunch eats and a drinks menu that spans more than 800 beverages. Baraonda is Midtown’s premier Italian dining spot, offering authentic wood-fired pizzas and wines.

For groceries, Midtown is home to the Southeast’s largest Whole Foods Market. You can also head to Savi Provisions for a great selection of locally-sourced produce, gourmet foodstuffs, and a connoisseur’s choice of wines and beers. Exhale Spa is a great place to forget all your daily stresses with massages and other spa services as well as steam rooms and yoga classes. Eco Denizen is a boutique emporium that sells a wide variety of creative eco-conscious gifts, furniture, and decorative items for the home. Switch Modern is also packed with great home decor ideas. This large home and furniture showroom offers the finest in contemporary interior design items. 

Things to Do

Piedmont Park covers 189 acres on the east side of Midtown. This sprawling public green space is packed with things to see and do. Sports facilities include a tennis center with 12 lighted hard courts, two beach volleyball courts, two baseball fields, and two soccer fields. There’s also a fishing lake stocked with bream, catfish, and largemouth bass as well as miles of paved trails for walking, jogging, biking, or skating. The entire park is dog-friendly and there are two fenced-in areas for off-leash play.

Many concerts and special events take place at Piedmont Park throughout the year. The Dogwood Festival is a major annual arts celebration featuring one of the nation’s largest juried art shows, with more than 260 artists competing in 12 categories during the festival. Other entertainment includes live music performances over two stages. Piedmont Park also hosts Atlanta Pride, one of the largest pride festivals in the United States. Taking place in October, Atlanta Pride attracts more than 300,000 attendees each year. In September, Music Midtown brings some of the biggest acts in music to Piedmont Park for two days and nights of live performances. Recent headliners have included Billie Eilish, Fall Out Boy, Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone, Travis Scott, and Vampire Weekend. Atlanta Jazz Festival is another major annual music festival. Running through the entire month of May with events held at venues across the city, the festivities culminate in a huge show at Piedmont Park over Memorial Day weekend.

​​​​​​​Outside of the park, Midtown is packed with theaters, museums, and other cultural venues. The High Museum of Art is a highlight. The museum is among the top 100 most-visited art museums in the world with a collection spanning 17,000 items. The High Museum’s annual fundraising  events include the High Museum Wine Auction. Visitors to this showcase event can sample wines from 130 wineries and food from 89 of Atlanta’s top restaurants.


Midtown is served by the Atlanta Public School District. Highlights include:

  • Inman Middle School, Public, 6-8 
  • Grady High School, Public, 9-12 
  • Haygood United Methodist Church Preschool, Private, PK-K 
  • Peachtree Presbyterian Preschool, Private, PK-K 
  • The Suzuki School, Private, PK-K