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Lindbergh Living

Equal parts convenient and vibrant, Lindbergh is one of those rare Atlanta neighborhoods where you can have a little bit of everything. Great shopping is always around the corner, and transit options are plentiful with MARTA access at the Lindbergh Transit Center 400 and I-85 freeways all just minutes from home at our Lindbergh apartments.

Things to do Lindbergh Neighborhood


Come for the fish, just be sure to stay for lunch or dinner. Some of Atlanta's freshest seafood can be found at Atlanta Fish Market, not to mention one of the city's largest selections of it caught right off the boat.


Sweetwater Brewery doesn't just have good beer. They do good for for local waterways, keeping their brews fresh and the natural waters they come from even more pristine.

Things to Do

Midtown Bowl's got tradition on its side. With local roots dating back over 50 years, the game's stayed the same, but the food and drink service has been updated to reflect the diversity of our time.

Shopping & Art

What was once a collection of a few antique shops has blossomed into more than 60 showrooms. The Shops at Miami Circle have an ecclectic group of artists and sellers.

Outdoor Lifestyle

Morningside Nature Preserve is a tucked away slice of forest that boasts thick wooded areas, hiking trails, a branch of the South Peachtree Creek and its very own beach for dogs. Dive into this 30-acre stretch of natural habitat preserved by the Nature Conservancy and dedicated local residents for an easy reprieve from urban surroundings.


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