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ABOUT OLD FOURTH WARD

Atlanta BeltLine. Edgewood Avenue. Old Fourth Ward Skate Park. There’s so much going on in this neighborhood, we don’t know where to start. Old Fourth Ward has emerged as one of the hippest neighborhoods in Atlanta in just a few short years.

Old Fourth Ward is a historic neighborhood in Atlanta. Located just east of downtown, in an area originally settled in the early 1800s, Old Fourth Ward (OFW – look for this sticker sported on the cars of proud residents!) is the birthplace of America’s best-known civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

LIVING IN OLD FOURTH WARD

The Old Fourth Ward in Atlanta—or O4W for those in-the-know—is rich in history and culture, if not for the fact alone that it’s the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr. Besides being the home of the most important civil rights leader in history, it’s got a hip, artistic, down-to-earth vibe, plenty to explore, and clutch location just east of Downtown.

Once a more unassuming neighborhood, in recent years Old Fourth Ward has seen lots of development, new housing, and rising real estate prices—as is the trend with many Atlanta neighborhoods. Despite the rapid development and increased popularity, O4W has largely maintained its unique character.

OLD FOURTH WARD Zip: 30312

THINGS TO DO IN OLD FOURTH WARD

The Old Fourth Ward, often abbreviated O4W, is an intown neighborhood on the eastside of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The neighborhood is best known as the location of the Martin Luther King Jr. historic site.

The largest concentration of single family homes are found south of Freedom Parkway, especially south of Irwin Street, and the area is perhaps the most eclectic part of O4W. Auburn Avenue and Old Wheat Streets are in character extensions of the historic African-American business and residential district, Sweet Auburn, and of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.

The Ward’s primary nightlife district is centered on the intersection of Boulevard and Edgewood Avenue, where there is a concentration of bars and restaurants.