• Sam

    Old fourth ward*

    • JoeInAtlanta

      I applaud you for trying to keep people honest about neighborhoods — but I think this time they got it right: The BeltLine is the dividing line between Old Fourth Ward and Inman Park, and Stove Works is on the Inman Park side.

      • Sam

        Is there a source for this? So ladybird is O4W? As is the strip with Zuma/highland bakery? Because those are on that side as well.

        • JoeInAtlanta

          Yes, Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall is in the Old Fourth Ward, as is Highland Walk (which includes Zuma) and the Highland Bakery. The authoritative source is the City of Atlanta Neighborhoods map, at http://gis.atlantaga.gov/docs/Neighborhoods.pdf

          • Sam

            Interesting. I can’t see those places noting themselves as being in O4W. They would claim Inman Park, I believe.

          • JoeInAtlanta

            I don’t understand why you’re so dug in on this issue — but you’re mistaken. From the Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall Website (http://www.ladybirdatlanta.com/contact/): “we are located in the old fourth ward at …”. From the Highland Bakery website (http://www.highlandbakery.com/contact.html) “We have 7 locations in Atlanta … Old Fourth Ward …” Zuma doesn’t have an active website, but it is inside the Highland Walk development (http://highlandwalk.com/): “Spacious Studio, 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments in Old Fourth Ward”.

            This is not a confusing or controversial issue: Old Fourth Ward is WEST of the BeltLine; Inman Park is EAST of the BeltLine. (And to bring us back to the beginning: The new Bell Street Burritos is east of the BeltLine, and therefore it is, unambiguously, in Inman Park.)

          • Sam

            Haha, I am not “dug in” on it. I’ve been here for 6 years now and I think from what most people say they see Inman Park as a more “upscale” neighborhood. I work at the stoveworks and everyone in there considers the location as O4W.

          • Boomshakalaka

            Its not an issue. The fact is that the o4w and inman park boundary is the tracks/beltline. Been that way for years. Municipal and school zones show this as well.m