Abundant turn-of-the-century architectural styles speak to the neighborhood’s origins as a 1900s streetcar suburb. You’ll find graceful Colonial and Craftsman homes standing shoulder-to-shoulder here along with modern new construction residences, modest bungalows and condominiums. A coveted spot for nightlife and shopping, Virginia-Highland is home to some of the best restaurants and boutiques in the city. Its position along the Eastside Trail of the BeltLine connects VaHi to points south via convenient walkable and bikeable trails.
Diverse, eclectic and incredibly accessible, Virginia-Highland—VaHi to locals—is consistently recognized as one of Atlanta’s most sought-after neighborhoods. Positioned east of Piedmont Park, west of Druid Hills and north of Ponce de Leon Avenue, VaHi is a web of charming tree-lined commercial districts and serene residential blocks. Here, you’ll find a vibrant mix of housing, shopping and dining that appeals to everyone from young creatives to established, longtime residents.
The Virginia-Highland Summerfest is one of the most well-attended festivals in the Southeast. Held over a weekend in June, Summerfest is a celebration of community and all things summer. The event includes concerts, an artist market, 5K run, food vendors and activities for kids.
Set on a stunning 12-acre campus the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center serves as a premiere public arts and cultural center, featuring arts education and an intriguing calendar of events, including musical performances and artists marts.
Park space is abundant in vibrant VaHi. Delightful 6.6-acre Orme Park stands at the center of the neighborhood while massive Piedmont Park at its western edge and sprawling Freedom Park, featuring the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum to the south, add 400 acres of outdoor space to VaHi.
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