Brookhaven was a suburb in Northeast Atlanta inside the perimeter and became it’s own city in 2012. Just north of Buckhead, it offers housing ranging in price from several hundred thousand dollars to several million dollars. It enjoys a convenient location and is home to the Capital City Club and Oglethorpe University.
Atlanta is not known for mass transit but this neighborhood has more options than most. It’s serviced by the Brookhaven/Oglethorpe MARTA station on the Gold Line and Medical Center and Dunwoody Station on the Red Line.
There are also plans for the construction of a multi-use trail, known as the Peachtree Creek Greenway. It will provide residents with live/work access to bicycle and pedestrian trails, serve transportation and recreation needs and connect surrounding neighborhoods including Lenox and Buckhead.
Town Brookhaven is a “smart growth”, mixed-use development adjacent to Oglethorpe University. It’s beautifully landscaped, pedestrian-friendly and designed for convenience and accessibility. It includes over 450,000 square feet of anchors, shops, services and restaurants surrounded by 950 luxury residential apartments.
The Brookhaven Farmer’s Market runs April to November every Saturday from 9AM – 12PM. Rain or shine. It provides healthy, locally-produced food and products while cultivating relationships between growers and consumers.
DeKalb County School System operates the public schools serving Brookhaven.
- Ashford Park Elementary
- Montclair Elementary
- Montgomery Elementary
- PATH Academy Charter School
- Kittredge Magnet School
- Chamblee Middle School in Chamblee
- Sequoyah Middle School in Doraville
- Cross Keys High School in Brookhaven
- Chamblee Charter High School