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BERKELEY PARK
A QUIET COMMUNITY
Welcome to Berkeley Park, Atlanta.
This neighborhood is situated in West Midtown Atlanta, and was established in 1921. For many years, this area was considered part of Underwood Hills, but in 1996 Berkeley Park officially became its own neighborhood. Berkeley Park was initially the ground of a big farm, which was owned by a man named John Whitley. The land was passed on until it became the property of Methodist minister E.H Wood, who began to develop the area in the 1920s. The roads were paved and home construction began, with houses being sold for around $1000-1900. Back then, people bought their homes with the idea of living there for the rest of their lives, and most made their living from working the lands they owned or in small businesses around the area. Today, Berkeley Park is a neighborhood undergoing revival. Residents have easy access to local grocery stores and a plethora of other shops, and getting downtown is easy thanks to the nearby Interstate 75. The community here is tight with a strong neighborhood association, hence residents can feel safe knowing that any issues are quickly addressed. The community organization is also working diligently to make Berkeley Park a place where you can feel safe living and raising your children. Aside from the occasional party thrown by college students, Berkeley Park is a fairly quiet neighborhood with a low crime rate. The area features plenty of stores, local artists and theaters, and additional entertainment is just a skip away.
BERKELEY PARK
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