Historic Reynoldstown, nestled east of downtown Atlanta next to Cabbagetown Park, is one of several neighborhoods that have attracted hip, young adults for its access to big-city life. And while it may still be considered by some to be "up-and-coming," its active neighborhood association and restoration projects are setting it on the path to join neighboring communities such as Inman Park and Virginia Highland in its popularity.

Reynoldstown is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It was named after Isaiah Reynolds and his wife, Sarah, one of many freed slaves who settled there after the Civil War and worked for the railroad. The city of Atlanta annexed the neighborhood in 1909.

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