The Midtown residential neighborhood is an approximately 360-acre historic neighborhood of early to mid 20th century single-family residences on the eastern side of Midtown’s commercial core. Mostly organized on a grid street pattern, the Midtown residential neighborhood is roughly bound by 10th Street, Ponce de Leon Ave., Piedmont Ave. and Lakeview Ave. The Midtown Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
Midtown's Core is made up of condominiums, apartments, and loft-style residences continues to add to this ever-evolving neighborhood that showcases Atlanta urban living at its best. This includes nearly 7,000 residential units, most of which are located on or just blocks away from Peachtree Street. All residences within the Midtown core are within easy access to MARTA rail stops, as well as local bus connections, bike lanes and excellent interstate accessibility.