Old Fourth Ward

The Old Fourth Ward, often abbreviated O4W, is located just east of Downtown Atlanta and is best known as the location of the Martin Luther King, Jr. historic site. The neighborhood is a smaller version of the historic Fourth Ward political area in place until the 1950s when the city changed to a district system. It is one of the oldest sections of the city. It’s main thoroughfare Boulevard was considered one of the most desired residential streets in the 1890s. Declining for decades since the 1950s, the neighborhood has seen an extraordinary resurgence in recent years becoming one of Atlanta’s “must have” locations.


Beltline Eastside Trail

The Eastside Trail, a combination of multi-use trail and linear greenspace, was the first finished section of the Atlanta BeltLine trail in an old rail corridor. Its runs from Piedmont Park to Reynoldstown and connects the neighborhoods of Virginia Highland, Midtown, Poncey-Highland, Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park, Cabbagetown, and Reynoldstown neighborhoods.

Stone Mountain (Freedom Parkway) PATH

The PATH segment begins Centennial Olympic Park, then continues through downtown Atlanta, along the Freedom Parkway trail and ends at Stone Mountain. The trail connects downtown Atlanta to the ML King Historic site, the Carter Center, and the Beltline Eastside Trail.

Atlanta Streetcar

The Atlanta Streetcar is 2.7 mile East-West route with 12 stops connecting the Centennial Olympic Park area to the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site.


O4W sits on MARTA’s east/west line between the Inman Park and King Memorial Stations.


Easy access to I-75 & I-85 (The Connector) and I-20 cross-city highways.

Ponce City Market

Ponce City Market is a 16 acre, mixed-use development located in the historic, Sears and Roebuck building. National and local retail anchors, restaurants, a food hall, boutiques and offices, and residential units filled the 2,100,000-square-foot property.

Edgewood Avenue

The Old Fourth Ward part of Edgewood avenue has become a bar and restaurant district. Its urban layout and historic buildings offer a diverse entertainment and dining area that’s growing rapidly with the addition of the Atlanta Streetcar.

The Hulsey Yard

Hulsey Yard is a 1 mile rail yard along the border of the Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park, Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown neighborhoods. The 70-acre site is expected to fetch more than $100 million if sold. Advocates are already raising $50,000 for architectural designs to reimagine the site.

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