Poncey Highland

A confluence of the two streets, Ponce de Leon and North Highland, the Poncey-Highland neighborhood is one of Atlanta’s most historic and perhaps one of the most interesting enclaves of intown Atlanta. General Sherman chose it to survey the Battle of Atlanta. Around that same time, a resident doctor discovered a nearby spring, which was believed to have rejuvenating properties and attracted people from all over Atlanta. Today, that spring sits under what is considered one of the nation’s greatest adaptive reuse, mixed-use developments, Ponce City Market. Poncey-Highland needs no fountain of youth to attract the young or make the old feel young again, given it’s the heart of and first two miles of the most burgeoning and bustling section of the Atlanta Beltline.


Enjoy a virtual stroll through the neighborhood by scrolling through these images and see what it's like to live in Poncey-Highland. Learn more about this tight-knit, historic community below.

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Poncey-Highland Real Estate Stats

Average Price $553K
Lowest Price $215K
Highest Price $900K
Total Listings 8
Avg. Price/SQFT $360

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But Ponce City Market isn’t the only adaptive reuse development where industrial buildings have been turned into lofts and condos. The Western Electric Telephone Company, the former Ford Factory Assembly Plant, The Highland Building, and 675 Seminole, have all been successful apartments, condo, and loft conversion efforts. Woven throughout Poncey-Highland, one will also find charming, unique bungalows, cottages, and historic homes for families and urban professionals.

The neighborhood is anchored to the east by the 219-acre Freedom Park, whose border is shared with neighboring Candler Park, and to the west by The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum who also hosts one of the best intown weekly farmer’s markets. Poncey-Highland may well be the go-to spot for locals looking to show visitors the best of what Atlanta offers, but some are lucky enough to get to live here every day.

In Poncey-Highland you'll find:

While one of the smaller intown neighborhoods, Poncey-Highland is a highly sought after neighborhood due to the very walkable lifestyle it allows situated between Virginia -Highland and Inman Park. This historic neighborhood is filled with vintage, craftman homes and charming, historic buildings.

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Adjacent Neighborhoods:

Virginia-Highland, Inman Park & Candler Park

REAL ESTATE COLLECTION:

historic & craftsman homes along with modern lofts and townhomes.


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