Inside Inman Park: ATL's First Planned Suburb

Established over 100 years ago, Inman Park Atlanta is home to famous Victorian-style homes situated under a canopy of green trees. It is still known for its unique charm today and is now a bustling district for residents, shopping, and dining.

Our real estate partner, Inman Park Realty, uses their Instagram to showcase all the ins and outs of this charming neighborhood, including the people, places, and yes, puppies, that make Inman Park such a desirable place to work, live, and play. Here are some of the best finds in the neighborhood that you need to explore before summer is over!

Krog Street Market: The Krog Street Market is home to a variety of local vendors who sell produce, meals, and other specialty goods in one stylish location. We especially love all the great flavors of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams.

Atlanta Beltline: Whether you’re taking a walk at lunchtime or riding your bike on a Sunday morning, the Atlanta Beltline is a great place to enjoy a beautiful day in the city. The Eastside Trail goes through Inman Park, where you can admire unique murals painted by local artists.

Revolution Doughnuts: We have a bit of a sweet tooth here at Imagine (okay maybe a big one), and we love any excuse to bring Revolution Doughnuts into the office!

King of Pops: While you can find them just about anywhere in Atlanta, King of Pops reigns supreme in Inman Park. They have so many refreshing flavors and are the perfect summertime treat.

Bread and Butterfly: Located in the heart of Inman Park, Bread & Butterfly is a charming cafe and bistro where you can stop in early for a cappuccino or late for a nice dinner. They have an extensive beer, wine, and cocktail list, and make sure to stay for dessert!


There are so many great spots that Inman Park has to offer! Get out there, and tag Inman Park Realty in your Instagram photos to be featured!


Story by: Clara Sims