Distinctly Virginia-Highland, Uniquely Intown Atlanta
Recognized for its walkability, distinct Craftsman-style homes and thriving local business scene, the Virginia-Highland neighborhood is where you’ll find Atlanta’s oldest—and most cherished—institutions. Brick-lined streets, towering pecan trees, brunch at Atkins Park Tavern and beloved community events, such as Summerfest Festival and the Tour of Homes, are just the beginning of what makes a VaHi lifestyle unique to Intown Atlanta.
Located where Drewry St. meets the BeltLine, it would be easier to list what this special corner of Virginia-Highland doesn’t offer its residents. With a Walk Score of 91, every errand on your list becomes an opportunity for a neighborhood stroll.
For groceries and other tasty delights, choose between Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Kroger or Ponce City Market. Local boutiques and upscale retail chains and conveniences, such as Anthropologie, Lululemon, West Elm and Home Depot, accommodate your every shopping need. Fitness enthusiasts will delight in the choice of boutique gyms and yoga studios nearby. And with the BeltLine Trail at your doorstep, walking the pups to your favorite café will become a treasured Saturday morning ritual.
Only a short walk from the front steps of The Roycroft, lies the area’s epicenter for shopping, dining, and gathering—Ponce City Market. Conveniently located at the intersection of the Virginia-Highland, Old Fourth Ward, Midtown, and Poncey-Highland neighborhoods, Ponce City Market is the area’s largest adaptive reuse project and has reinvented the historic Sears, Roebuck & Co building into a vibrant community hub. Home to national and local retail anchors, the Central Food Hall, boutiques and offices, venues, and residences alike—the market infuses vigor and excitement into a treasured neighborhood icon right in your own backyard.