Less than a mile from Centennial Olympic Park and west of the I-75/I-85 connector lies Atlanta’s Westside, also called West Midtown. It's where the design district meets shopping and dining in cool, industrial spaces.
Atlanta’s Westside has two distinct neighborhoods – West Midtown and Atlantic Station – and each has its own personality. Atlantic Station is known for the walkable retail district filled with shopping, restaurants and entertainment. West Midtown is the place to go for the latest in home décor, design, art galleries, fashion and to sample some of Atlanta's top restaurants.
In just a short time, West Midtown has become one of the hottest neighborhoods in Atlanta. Unwind and relax as you explore the repurposed warehouses turned lofts, the nearby neighborhoods of bungalows and newer construction alike, and a one-of-a-kind arts center known as The Goat Farm. Tucked away in West Midtown, The Goat Farm Arts Center hosts approximately 450 artists and performers on the 10-acre historic property. It regularly hosts a variety of indoor and outdoor performances, and is perfect for seeing a concert by a touring act or local band or a show by one of the resident dance or theater companies. Scenes from “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and “The Walking Dead” were filmed here!
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