Welcome to Westside
Energetic and vibrant uptempo community
Atlanta’s Westside was once an overlooked district full of warehouses, but the area has undergone an exciting rejuvenation. The historic and industrial aesthetic blends with eclectic, artistic charm in this exciting neighborhood.
Once overlooked, the Westside area is now a hot commodity. With new builds and invigorating community upgrades and efforts, Westside is moving from industrial buildings to bustling and curated neighborhoods filled with an eclectic sense of arts and culture.
The Westside is home to many warehouses and factories converted into chic apartments, condos, and office spaces — perfect for those who love modern, loft-style industrial builds. The area is also home to a mix of classic, historic neighborhoods, and stylish new housing developments.
What to Love
- A vibrant, evolving, and energetic community
- Homes for all price points
- A thriving creative community, with plenty of new art galleries and events
People & Lifestyle
The Westside is popular with young professionals due to the new economic opportunities in the area, the affordable real estate options, and the trendy atmosphere. The neighborhood has an abundance of new cafés, restaurants, galleries, and more, so there’s plenty to do in the neighborhood itself. The Westside is bustling and bright.
Dining, Shopping, & Entertainment
Check out Star Provisions, a market and café that sells gourmet food products as well as delicious daytime meals. If you’re looking for evening eats, Bacchanalia is an upscale New American restaurant in an industrial-chic venue, perfect for date nights or celebrations. Upbeet is a fast-casual eatery that serves healthy, fresh, nutrient-packed salads, bowls, smoothies, and toast. Like many of the Westside’s favorite restaurants, O-Ku boasts an industrial-chic aesthetic. The restaurant serves authentic sushi and also has a rooftop bar.
Shoppers will love the Westside Provisions District. This upscale shopping center features retail stores like Anthropologie, The Savannah Bee Company, Brick and Mortar, People, Warby Parker, Serena and Lily, Sid Mashburn, and more. It also has many restaurants and eateries, including J.C.T. Kitchen, Forza Storico, Taqueria Del Sol, and more.
Things to Do
Those looking for a cozy and laid-back night out should head to Ormsby’s. This classic tavern blends the comfortable atmosphere of a neighborhood haunt with a stylish interior. It serves pub fare along with cocktails and craft brews, and while you drink, you can play one of their many games — including bocce, backgammon, billiards, darts, and shuffleboard.
The Northside Tavern perfectly embodies the neighborhood’s theme of transformation — once a gas station, it has been converted into a storied jazz club with live music every night. It is the perfect spot for music lovers and has been voted one of the nation’s top ten dive bars.
The Goat Farm Arts Center is a paradise for the Westside’s creative community. Once an industrial warehouse complex, the Goat Farm is now an artistic center with over 300 artists’ studios. The Goat Farm hosts hundreds of events, concerts, exhibitions, art installations, and performances annually — and film fans will recognize it from the “Hunger Games” movies and “The Walking Dead.”
Schools in the area include:
- E. Rivers Elementary
- Sutton Middle School
- North Atlanta High School