Best known for its vibrant art scene, historic buildings, museums, and theaters.

Welcome to Midtown

A vibrant neighborhood with striking contemporary buildings.
Midtown is an Atlanta neighborhood located just north of the city's downtown. The community is best known for its vibrant art scene, historic buildings, museums, and theaters. It is also home to the former residence of renowned author Margaret Mitchell. 
Midtown's rich history as a bustling commercial hub dates back to the early 2000s when private investors transformed it into an active, mixed-use, and walkable community. Modern architectural designs are the predominant home architecture in the neighborhood. You can expect wide-ranging fine dining and recreational options in the area. 

What to Love 

  • Well-established public transit options 
  • Urban, trendy lifestyle 
  • Access to fine-dining restaurants 
  • Proximity to downtown Atlanta 
  • Numerous recreational and entertainment centers 
  • Historic buildings and landmarks

Local Lifestyle

Midtown has an urban vibe attributable to its mixed-use and live-learn-work-play setup. The neighborhood's chic eateries, coffee shops, and art museums give it an artistic and on-the-go personality, which attracts young professionals and families who wish to live in a lively urban setting. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Midtown offers locals and visitors a raft of highly-rated restaurants, cafes, lounges, and bars. Nan Thai Fine Dining is a classy restaurant that serves authentic Thai cuisine in the heart of Midtown. The establishment's contemporary Zen-like interior décor creates a unique Asian ambiance. 
If you want the perfect setting for your private event, group outing, or romantic evening, Pasta Da Pulcinella is an excellent choice. The elegant restaurant serves classic Italian dishes and different wine varieties, beers, and cocktails. The establishment's comfy vintage bungalow lets you enjoy picturesque cityscape views. 
STK Steakhouse is a sleek establishment that serves high-quality stakes and authentic seafood in the heart of Midtown. Popular dishes on the establishment's creative menu include bone-in filet, miso-glazed Chilean sea bass, grilled lobster tail, and many others. You can make a reservation for private dining and gorgeous group events. 
Midtown has several stylish restaurants that offer modern Southern fare. One such establishment is The Lawrence, which has a roomy patio that allows you to enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding streets and buildings. You can order your favorite drink from the restaurant's extensive list of crafted cocktails and signature house bourbons. 
Campagnolo Restaurant + Bar is an upscale restaurant that serves seasonal Italian dishes in Midtown. The establishment combines modern fixtures and rustic accents to create a cozy, family-friendly dining atmosphere. You can hold a private event, large parties, or an intimate, romantic dinner at the restaurant. 

Things to Do

Midtown's local attractions, services, parks, and stables make the neighborhood unique. 
If you are an art enthusiast, the High Museum of Art in Midtown is a must-visit. The museum's contemporary architectural design is a sight to behold. Visitors can view numerous American, European, and African art pieces from the facility's multi-story glass atrium. 
Margaret Mitchell House is a fantastic place to hang out with family and friends in Midtown. The iconic mansion features a Tudor Revival architectural style and is surrounded by well-maintained hedges. You can take a guided tour of the home to learn about Margaret Mitchell's writing career, movie adaptation, and other historical events. 
If you are a fan of jazz music, the Atlanta Jazz Festival is a must-attend. The two-day annual event usually occurs at Midtown's lush green Piedmont Park. Jazz bands treat revelers to days and nights of jazz music, culture, and art in a lively atmosphere. 
The Art Dogwood Festival is an annual event celebrating Midtown’s art. Artists, sculptors, and artisans from Atlanta and beyond usually showcase their sculptures, photography, paintings, jewelry, and pottery products. You can also expect live music performances from international acts at the event. 


Atlanta Public Schools serve the community of Midtown. 

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Overview for Midtown, GA

25,896 people live in Midtown, where the median age is 36 and the average individual income is $84,595. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Midtown, GA

Midtown has 16,822 households, with an average household size of 1. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Midtown do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 25,896 people call Midtown home. The population density is 27,476.049 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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