About the Neighborhood

EDGEWOOD was developed during Atlanta’s Reconstruction era economic boom that lasted from 1870 to 1910 to accommodate the growing needs of residents that worked downtown. Initially geared toward blue-collar workers, Edgewood’s historic housing was made up of craftsman bungalows blended with the Victorian architecture you may find in neighboring communities.

Today Edgewood is a popular neighborhood for its central location with easy access to downtown Atlanta and an abundance community amenities.  The area offers renovated bungalows as well as new construction homes, condos, and townhomes.

Area Highlights

The Edgewood Retail District
Little 5 Points
Edgewood Community Learning Garden
Arizona Avenue Soccer Field
Edgewood/Candler Park MARTA Station

Parks & Greenspace

Edgewood-Candler Park
PATH Bike Trails
Freedom Park
Candler Park
Coan Park
Gilliam Park
The beltline
Lang-Carson Park


Whitefoord Elementary School
Toomer Elementary School
Coan Middle School
Maynard H. Jackson High School

Edgewood Homes For Sale

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