Hello neighbors,

As you guys may know, we at the zac team cater to the entire Atlanta Georgia real estate market and surrounding areas. Some of those areas include but are not limited to: Ansley Park, Avondale Estates, Buckhead, Cabbagetown, Candler Park, Decatur, Druid Hills/Emory, East Lake, Edgewood, Grant Park, Inman Park, Johnson Estates, and Kirkwood.

With the rise of home sales in the Atlanta area, many families are slowly getting back on their feet and searching for homes. To assist our readers that may be in the market for a new home we will provide information on various neighborhoods within our market.

Today we will take a look at Cabbagetown, a historical district located in downtown Atlanta. The neighborhood is full of history and is actually listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Built as a surrounding mill town after the destruction of the Atlanta Rolling Mill, Cabbagetown primarily produced cotton bags for packaging agricultural products during its early years.

Today, this historic district has become home to many artist and is full of restaurants, festivals, homes, and lofts. One of Cabbagetown's largest residential loft is the old cotton mill. The mill was renovated in the late 1990's and is now called the Fulton County Mill Lofts. In addition, they are the nation's largest residential loft community.

As for schools within the district for families with children, Cabbage town is under the school districts of Atlanta City and Dekalb County with two highs schools, three middle sschools, and 11 elementary schools.

As stated earlier, Cabbagetown is full of restaurants, some notable dinning experiences in the neighborhood include: Agave, Thumbs Up Diner, Carroll Street Cafe, Milltown Arms Tavern, Cabbagetown Market, and Village Pizza.

If you or someone you know are in the market to buy a home, contact us here at the zac team RE/MAX Greater Atlanta. Allow us to help you find your dream home www.GotZac.com.