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Ashview Heights Spring Fling

Join us this Saturday 12-4PM at the Ashview Heights Community Spring Fling. DJ, Games, Food and Face Painting along with useful community information. See below Flyer link for more details: Ashview Heights Spring Fling Flyerv3

Sylvan Hills, Atlanta

Sylvan Hills is a neighborhood in southwest Atlanta, Georgia. The neighborhood is bordered on the north by Deckner Avenue, on the south by Langford Parkway (Hwy 166), to the east by Metropolitan Parkway and on the west by Murphy Avenue. The area that is now Sylvan Hills was once part of the Perkerson and Gilbert […]

Pittsburgh, Atlanta

Pittsburgh is a neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, founded in 1883 as a black working-class suburb alongside the Pegram rail shops. It was named Pittsburgh because the industrial area reminded one of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and its famous steel mills. Pittsburgh is relatively poor and underdeveloped, but as property values rise in Intown Atlanta neighborhoods, many see […]

Perkerson, Atlanta

The Perkerson neighborhood (formerly called Perkerson Park neighborhood) is located in Southwest Atlanta, Georgia in NPU-X (Neighborhood Planning Unit). The name change was made by request of residents/members of the Perkerson Civic Association (PCA) in order to keep people from confusing the neighborhood with Perkerson Park which is the large park (49 acres) that serves […]

Oakland City, Atlanta

Oakland City is a neighborhood in southwestern Atlanta, Georgia, just southwest across the BeltLine from West End and Adair Park. Oakland City was incorporated as a city in 1894 and annexed to Atlanta in 1910. Oakland City Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It contains wood and brick bungalows as […]

Midwest Cascade

Midwest Cascade is a neighborhood of Atlanta at the city’s far west edge. Together with the tiny neighborhood of Regency Trace it forms NPU Q, the city’s fastest growing NPU from 2000 to 2010 The neighborhood is 602.1 acres (2.437 km2) large and bounded by unincorporated Fulton County on all sides, except for the city of […]

Mechanicsville, Atlanta

Mechanicsville is a neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. It sits in the shadow of both downtown Atlanta and Turner Field. The neighborhood is bounded by: I-20 on the north, across which is Castleberry Hill and Downtown Atlanta the I-75/I-85 Downtown Connector on the east, across which are Summerhill and Peoplestown the Southern Railway lines on the […]

What is the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Homeownership Program?

Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program What is the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Homeownership Program? As an extension of the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, HAFC provides assistance for eligible individuals/ families to purchase a home by applying their existing housing choice voucher to their monthly mortgage payment instead of their monthly rental payment. Currently HAFC […]

Home Style: Minimal Traditional

Minimal Traditional is a style of architecture that emerged in mid 20th century America as a vernacular form that incorporates influences from earlier styles such as American Colonial, Colonial Revival, Spanish Revival, Tudor Revival, and American Craftsman while adhering to modern architecture‘s avoidance of ornament.  The Minimal Traditional style evolved during the 1930s and was […]

Just Us, Atlanta

Just Us is the smallest of the official neighborhoods of Atlanta, consisting of only two streets. It began as the “Fountain Drive-Morris Brown Drive Community Club” in the late 1940s, and evolved into its present name today during the early 1950s. It was established as the first black owned, constructed sub-division in the city of […]