Buckhead is one of the "nation's best subcities," according to a report on America's top cities. "Emerging Trends in Real Estate" (sponsored by Lend Lease Real Estate Investments and PricewaterhouseCoopers) compared the area's vibrant residential-commercial mix and 24-hour flavor to San Francisco, New York and Boston. "Buckhead, where affluence, prosperity and entertainment commingle, is one of Atlanta's most attractive business areas.
Candler Park is a neighborhood in intown Atlanta, in zip code 30307, about 5 minutes east of downtown and just south of Ponce De Leon Avenue. This National Register of Historic Places neighborhood is one of Atlanta's first suburbs and was founded as Edgewood in 1890.
Decatur is a city in, and county seat of, DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. With a population of 19,335 in the 2010 census, the city is sometimes assumed to be larger since multiple zip codes in unincorporated DeKalb County bear the Decatur name. An intown suburb of Atlanta and part of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area, Decatur's public transportation is served by three MARTA rail stations. Decatur's official motto is "A city of homes, schools and places of worship." Prior to 2000, this motto was "A city of homes, schools, and churches."
Lake Claire is an intown Atlanta neighborhood known for its diverse mix of home styles, its abundant mature trees, its lovingly tended gardens and greenspaces, and—most important—its community-oriented residents. Nestled between Candler Park and Druid Hills, Lake Claire is bordered by Ridgecrest Road to the east and Clifton Road to the west, and by DeKalb Avenue to the south and Ponce de Leon Avenue to the north.
Located in the heart of Atlanta, Midtown is a cosmopolitan center where people, business and culture have converged to create an authentic live-work-play community with a personality all its own. We provide a quality of life virtually unmatched in the Southeast. Midtown is a place to call home, a corporate address of choice, and a cultural destination.
Historic Virginia Highland is one of Atlanta's most popular neighborhood for shopping, dining and nightlife. Developed in the early 1900's, it consists of seven distinct commercial "villages" alternating with short, walkable blocks of charming bungalow homes. The neighborhood's name derives from the intersection of Virginia and Highland Avenues