Ashview Heights is notable in that it was one of the first planned developments built for Atlanta’s middle-class African American community in the 1920s.The neighborhood is served by Booker T. Washington High School, which was Atlanta’s first African American high school and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
With more than 4 miles of trail in two segments, the multi-use Westside Trail stitches together some of Atlanta’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods.
- Ashby MARTA Station (East-West Line)
- Jones Elementary
- Brown Middle
- Washington High School
Just north of I-20 and west of the Atlanta University Center, Ashview Heights is bound by MLK Jr. Drive on the north and extends from Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard on the east to the BeltLine’s Westside Trail.