MAX­IMIL­LIAN CORWELL

GA Voice - - Outspoken -

We all know metro At­lanta’s grow­ing at a re­mark­able rate, and one sign of that growth is the turn­around of an area from not to hot. We asked three of the top real­tors in the city to list (in or­der) their three hottest neigh­bor­hoods in which to buy a new home, and though ar­eas around the Belt­Line were a com­mon theme as ex­pected, you might be sur­prised at some of their an­swers.

SHAN­NON HAMES

and is now brag­ging – Smyrna has been rein­vented as a fam­ily-friendly, trendy neigh­bor­hood. For­merly a run-down part of south Cobb, Smyrna now hosts the new SunTrust Park (Braves sta­dium), has easy ac­cess to I-75/I-285, a walk­a­ble down­town area with up­scale shop­ping and fam­ily-friendly sub­di­vi­sions through­out.”

1. In­man Park

“In­man Park is a thriv­ing neigh­bor­hood that has be­come the new standard for walk­a­bil­ity in the city. With the ad­di­tion of In­man Quar­ter, Krog Street Mar­ket, top din­ing es­tab­lish­ments (Bread & But­ter­fly, Barcelona, Bar­taco, Vic­tory) and the Belt­Line with easy ac­cess to Ponce City Mar­ket and O4W Park, there is noth­ing slow­ing down this hot, hot neigh­bor­hood. Home prices have risen steadily in the heart of In­man Park, but check out the nearby Old Fourth Ward for some great deals!”

By PA­TRICK SAUN­DERS

2. West Mid­town

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