Authentic. Eclectic. Connected.

Named for the intersection of Ponce de Leon Avenue North Highland Avenue, Poncey-Highland is a vibrant intown neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia located two miles northeast of downtown. Its 18 streets are bound by The BeltLine, Ponce, East Freedom Parkway, and Moreland Avenue.

Poncey-Highland celebrates the unique history, diversity and connectedness which binds the neighborhood to the City of Atlanta. Freedom Park runs through the center of this close-knit community, and its western border of The BeltLine at Ponce City Market give cyclists and pedestrians the freedom to explore the city while also connecting them to Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park, Little Five Points, Virginia Highlands, Midtown, Candler Park, and beyond.

The neighborhood offers highly-rated schools, easy access to interstates and transit, bustling sidewalks and locally-owned shops, lively restaurants and nightlife, and a variety of housing options including historic and new single family homes, condominiums, and apartments.

PoHi (as you may hear a few residents affectionately call it) combines the best of urban, walkable, and sustainable community. The neighborhood hosts the internationally recognized Carter Presidential Library and Center, and features a number of beloved Atlanta landmarks including Manuel’s Tavern, Neon Row (featuring the historic Plaza Theater and Majestic Diner), the Clermont Lounge, The Ford Factory Lofts, John Lewis Plaza, and much more.

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