Inman Alley is located in the heart of Historic Inman Park and alongside the Atlanta Beltline. Inman Alley is just steps away from the hugely successful Stove Works and Inman Park Village developments and the North Highland Steel redevelopment project. Inman Alley is home to, Kevin Rathbun Steak
, one of Atlanta's finest restaurants.
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The History of Inman Park
Inman Park, a turn of the century Victorian neighborhood 2 miles east of Downtown, was promoted as Atlanta's first garden suburb in the late 1800s, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Inman Park was a haven for Atlanta's most elite citizens from 1890 until 1910. The neighborhood fell into slow decline with the passing of the Victorian Era and the rise of the automobile. In 1970, Inman Park once again served as a trend-setting community as the first intown neighborhood to experience a renaissance. Homeowners attracted to the spectacular architecture and convenient intown location worked together to once again create a fine residential neighborhood. Since that time, hundreds of homes have been renovated or restored. The community has an active neighborhood association, book club, garden club, and preschool.