Homes on the Atlanta Beltline

About the Beltline

Ponce City Market and the Atlanta Beltline have had a huge impact on the revitalization of Intown Atlanta. The area is alive with new development as well as vibrant shops and restaurants. You will find a wide variety of home options here including warehouse-style lofts with exposed brick, modern and traditional townhomes, charming bungalows and luxury homes.

 The Atlanta BeltLine is comprised of 22 miles of unused railroad tracks which have been converted to walking and biking trails, dotted with lively art, connecting the core of the Atlanta’s Intown neighborhoods. This area has come alive with new shopping, restaurants and communities. 

Frequently asked questions about the Atlanta Beltline

Search for homes near the Atlanta Beltline

Buckhead  | Ansley Park | Morningside 

Inman Park | Candler Park | Lake Claire

Decatur | Druid Hills | Edgewood 

Kirkwood | Old Fourth Ward 

Cabbage Town | Reynoldstown

Shopping and Dining on the Beltline

There is an endless supply of great places to eat on the Beltline! Inman Park is a major destination for foodies. There are so many great restaurants to choose from that it’s hard to pick a favorite. Three of our favorites are Ladybird, Parish and Barcelona

Visit Ponce City Market for shopping galore! This is also a great spot to rent a bike and hop on the Beltline for a day of cruising. No visit to PCM would be complete without a stop at Dancing Goats Coffee Bar, H&F Burger and Hop’s Chicken. Don’t miss Skyline Park at the Top of Ponce City Market, complete with games, arcades, golf and a giant slide.

Another popular stop along the Beltline is Krog Street Market. Smaller and more of a local feel than PCM, stop in at Hop City and Superica. Directly on the Beltline is a popular favorite for pizza and Italian food, Nina & Rafi .

Annual Beltline Events

Ponce City Farmers Market – Located in “The Shed” on the Beltline outside Ponce City Market, the Ponce City Farmers Market is held seasonally each Tuesday evening 4:00-5:00 pm.

Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade – Held in September, the Lantern Parade kicks off the Art of the Beltline Exhibit. The popular parade is not to be missed!

Atlanta Moon Ride – Held in June, the Atlanta Moon Ride starts with a pre-party in Piedmont Park and includes a Costume Contest.

Pub Crawl on the BeltLine – Held in March, From Krog Street Market to Park Tavern, the East Side Trail on the Atlanta BeltLine connects some of the best restaurants and bars in town.

Atlanta BeltLine Wine Stroll – Held in September, this one-mile walk is filled with wine tastings and light bites along the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine!

Atlanta BeltLine Boil – This Fall fundraiser is a great way to enjoy the Beltline while contributing to a worthy cause. 

Health & Fitness

The Atlanta BeltLine Run.Walk.Go! Race Series is the perfect chance to explore various trail segments and stay active. Check out the latest developments along the Atlanta BeltLine, snag an awesome t-shirt, and burn a few calories – runners, walkers, strollers, and dogs are all welcome!

Free Fitness Classes on the Beltline – Yes please! There is something for everyone, including Aerobics, Yoga, Zumba, Bootcamp and even Skateboarding. Get outside and get active! Class schedule here.