UPPER WESTSIDE

WELCOME TO UPPER WESTSIDE

The swath of north Atlanta west of I-75 inside I-285—now known as the Upper Westside—was developed in the 19th century as an industrial hub around the CSX line. The area is home to quiet neighborhoods—including Bolton, Riverside, and Whittier Mill Village—and filled with a mix of historic mill worker homes, bungalows, and squat apartment complexes. But lately development, from warehouse conversions to a much-needed grocery store, has been booming in the area. “It’s one of Atlanta’s best-kept secrets,” says Dustin Hillis, a former Riverside Neighborhood Association president. “But that’s rightfully changing.”

THE ARCHITECTURE

A hip and diverse community

THE NEIGHBORS

Families, Young Professionals, Gen-Xers and Millennials

THE LIFESTYLE

Affordable In-Town Living

THE ARCHITECTURE:

A hip and diverse community.

You will find a range of old and beautiful historical homes (like Whittier Mill) to modern homes (randomly scattered) and Craftsman style homes (like Parkview, DuPont Commons, Hills Park, Riverside, etc.) throughout the streets of the Upper Westside Community. It was developed in the 19thcentury as an industrial hub.  Upper Westside is experiencing a lot of new development which brings new businesses and new families.

THE NEIGHBORS:

Families and Young Professionals.

The Upper Westside of Atlanta, GA is a colloquial area, comprising of many historical neighborhoods and diverse neighbors.  The neighborhood consists of Bolton, Whittier Mill Village, Riverside, Parkview, Carey Park, Grove Park, Scott’s Crossing and Hills Park.  The Upper Westside is located in the northwestern sector of Atlanta, west of 1-75, inside the perimeter, to the south of Vinings and about 4 miles west of Buckhead.

THE LIFESTYLE:

Affordable In-Town Living.

With its close proximity to downtown, Midtown, Buckhead, and the airport, this area is home to many young professionals, Gen X-ers, Millennials and Families alike.  Venues like Top Golf, The Painted Duck, Chattahoochee River, Scofflaw Brewery, the proposed Riverwalk Atlanta, H&F Bakery, Westside Market and great public schools make this area attractive to a diverse group of people.  Residents enjoy In-Town living without the In-town prices, for now.

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