Atlanta’s oldest suburb and one of America’s first garden suburbs, Inman Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located two miles east of downtown Atlanta. Developed by Joel Hurt in 1887, the original 138 acre neighborhood was the first naturalistic suburb plan south of the Mason-Dixon line. The centerpiece of the neighborhood was ten-acre Springvale Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
Inman Park is noted for its annual Spring Festival, which features the largest street market in the city and a tour of the neighborhoods’ historic homes. The Inman Park Festival includes music, kids activities, a Tour of Homes, a marvelous street parade, an artists’ market and more.
Neighborhood Butterfly Logo
The wings of the butterfly has two faces. One symbolizes looking to the past and the beauty of the youthful years of Inman Park and the other looks ahead to the future of our blossoming neighborhood. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.