Midtown Real Estate

Located north of downtown and southwest of the Buckhead district, Midtown Atlanta is the second largest district in the metropolitan area, home to over 30,000 residents, with over twice that number coming in to Midtown to work each day. Encompassing much of the city’s arts and cultural community, and with dining, shopping and other attractions galore, Midtown could arguably be considered the heart of Atlanta itself, providing its inhabitants the best of the urban lifestyle.

Local Attractions


Most of Atlanta’s arts and cultural attractions can be found in Midtown, being home to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Ballet, the Woodruff Arts Center, the High Museum of Art, and the Atlanta Botanical Garden, among other attractions. Midtown is also home to the sprawling Piedmont Park, one of Atlanta’s most popular city parks; other area parks include Ansley Park, Winn Park, and Eubanks Park. Beside the wide spread of shops and restaurants peppering the area, residents will also enjoy the shops, restaurants and attractions of Atlantic Station, located just on the other side of I-75/I-85.

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Real Estate Information

Midtown offers a wide array of single-family homes and apartments at a number of different price points. The median household income in Midtown is above the state average, at around $80,000 per year. Average sale prices on homes in Midtown are in the low- to mid-$300,000 range, but prices can range between the mid-100s for a nice condo to over $1M for a larger home.


Public elementary schools in Midtown are administered by Atlanta Public Schools, and all public schools in the area are ranked above the state average. Most K-5 students attend Springdale Park Elementary, with an enrollment of about 550 students. Grades 6-8 attend Inman Middle School (with an enrollment of 680), and grades 9-12 attend Grady High School with a combined enrollment of around 1500. Nearby private schools in the area include The Children’s School (PreK-6), Heritage Preparatory School (K-8) and The Paideia School (PreK-12).

There are also several institutes of higher learning located in Midtown. These include Westwood College, the Georgia Institute of Technology, John Marshall Law School, and the Savannah College of Art and Design.