Grant Park

Grant Park was named for Lemuel P. Grant, a civil engineer for the Georgia Railroad who has been called the “Father of Atlanta.” Home to Zoo Atlanta, Oakland Cemetery and a host of shops and restaurants, Grant Park is home to residents with all levels of education, age and racial backgrounds. It is the largest historic district in the City of Atlanta.


Boulevard Crossing Park

Five acres of greenspace form the first phase of Boulevard Crossing Park in the Chosewood Park neighborhood, just south of Grant Park and Zoo Atlanta.


Southside Trail

Currently, the majority of the Southside Trail is open as an unpaved, interim trail, providing connectivity between the paved Eastside and Westside Trails on the southernmost part of the Atlanta BeltLine loop. A 0.8 mile section on the western side is under construction and closed to pedestrians and bikes until complete.


  • King Memorial MARTA Station (East-West Line)


  • Parkside Elementary
  • King Middle School
  • Maynard Jackson High School

Getting There

Grant Park extends south from Oakland Cemetery and Memorial Drive and west from Hill Street to the BeltLine’s Southside Interim Trail, which forms the southern and eastern boundaries of the neighborhood.

Beltline Tours

Explore the BeltLine on foot, by bike, or by bus.
Take a Beltline Tour

Beacon Atlanta

Enjoy a unique retail, dining and cultural destination!
Learn More about Beacon Point