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Piedmont Heights


“Piedmont Heights boasts the second oldest home in Atlanta, on Montgomery Ferry Road. We have our own neighborhood park on Gotham Way. And we have some of the friendliest, diverse neighbors you could ever want to meet!

Come explore all that makes Piedmont Heights so unique…”



Piedmont Heights dates back to as early as 1912, as evidenced by reference to the “Piedmont Heights” area found in plats in the Fulton County tax offices. Our neighborhood has had an interesting evolution through the years. Once considered “the country” and located on the outskirts of Atlanta, this area was composed of mostly undisturbed forest. The second oldest house in Atlanta is the two-story frame Liddell house on Montgomery Ferry, built circa 1860.”http://www.piedmontheights.org/Default.aspx?pageId=599951


  • With a walkability to score of 58, Piedmont Heights is considered SOMEWHAT WALKABLE, and most errands can be accomplished on foot.
  • With a bikability score of 46, Piedmont Heights is considered SOMEWHAT BIKABLE




Farmer’s Markets and Community Gardens

A great farmer’s market in a super community space:


See this great list as well for markets all over Atlanta:http://www.11alive.com/news/article/187640/387/Top-10-Farmers-Markets-in-Metro-Atlanta-

Two of the best sources for finding and starting Community Gardens in Atlanta:



Parks and Greenspaces

Piedmont Park

Piedmont Park is Atlanta’s largest free amenity used by millions each year for festivals, concerts and picnics with friends just to name a few.

Piedmont Park Conservancy is the nonprofit organization, working with the City of Atlanta for the preservation of historic Piedmont Park. Since our inception over 20 years ago, the Conservancy has successfully restored the historic portion of Piedmont Park. By 2010, the Conservancy will have raised and invested more than $64 million for park beautification, maintenance/security, programs, and also includes a 53-acre expansion of green

Centennial park: (http://www.centennialpark.com)

Today, this unique 21-acre park performs a dual mission: it serves as Georgia’s lasting legacy of the Centennial Olympic Games and it anchors efforts to revitalize residential and commercial development in Georgia’s capital city of Atlanta.

The Georgia World Congress Center Authority has operational responsibility for Centennial Olympic Park, as well as the Georgia Dome and Georgia World Congress Center.

The Park sponsors community-wide free events, including the Fourth of July Celebration, Wednesday Wind Down concert series and Fourth Saturday Family Fun Days. The Park also hosts festivals, fundraisers and private events. These events, in addition to the normal day-to-day traffic, bring an estimated three million visitors to this urban oasis each year.