CASTLEBERRY HILL –  The World Cup is coming

Castleberry Hill, located adjacent to and southwest of Downtown Atlanta, is a neighborhood steeped in history and endless opportunities.  It was one of the first neighborhoods to be reconstructed after the Civil War and recognized as Atlanta’s eighth Landmark District.  Recognized as a federally designated historic district since 1985, it was further honored as a City of Atlanta Landmark District in 2006.

Real Estate

Castleberry Hills in downtown Atlanta is affordable compared to other major cities.  The median home price is $345K.  Prices can range from  235k to as high as $800k.   Many of the early 20th-century warehouse buildings have been converted to lofts and are now the predominate housing type.  These lofts feature soaring ceilings, exposed brick walls, and large windows that offer breathtaking views of the city skyline.  New construction is rising in the area to meet the demand for housing.

Living in a Castleberry Hill loft allows you to experience the charm of old-world architecture while enjoying the comforts of modern living.This transformation has attracted many residents who are drawn to the allure of downtown living.

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Investment Opportunity

With the World Cup coming to Atlanta, seizing a piece of Downtown could be the smartest investment you will ever make.  Castleberry Hill is also in close proximity to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium and the State Farm Arena.  This makes it a desirable  location for short term rentals attracting sports enthusiasts, music lovers, art collectors, and anyone that just wants to experience cool urban living.

Atlanta is gearing up to host a total of eight matches for the FIFA World Cup 2026, including some truly big moments in soccer. Mark your calendars! The city will host five group stage matches on June 15, 18, 21, 24, and 27. Then, as the competition heats up, Atlanta will also host a round of 32 match on July 1, a round of 16 match on July 7, and a thrilling semifinal on July 15. All these high-stakes matches will be held at the spectacular Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Imagine the excitement and the roar of the crowd!

This isn’t just about soccer; it’s a massive party where the world comes to Atlanta. The city is expected to be buzzing with energy, as fans from around the globe will be descending upon Atlanta, bringing a significant economic boom and showcasing the city’s renowned Southern hospitality. With its rich history in hosting major events, from the Centennial Olympic Games to the Super Bowl, Atlanta is more than ready to welcome everyone for this historic event. Plus, with the World Cup being the biggest sporting event in history, featuring 48 teams and a new tournament format, it promises to be an unforgettable experience for fans and players alike

Act fast if you’re considering an investment, as the $2 billion Centennial Yards project is underway, spanning 50 acres in Downtown Atlanta. This ambitious development will introduce new housing, restaurants, bars, commercial spaces, and retail stores to the area, promising to invigorate economic growth in the district. Completed in 2023, the Nelson Street Bridge now connects downtown with Castleberry Hill, offering walk-able access to these exciting new amenities

Neighborhood Events

The Urban Regatta – Atlanta’s newest neighborhood festival in Historic Castleberry Hill. This annual #Bike-boat street race is now a community celebration with an artist market and pop-up events at our local businesses a celebration of the artists, small businesses, and residents who have contributed to making Historic Castleberry Hill Atlanta’s most dynamic and vibrant community.

Art Stroll – Castleberry Hill is renowned for its vibrant art scene, boasting numerous galleries and studios that showcase a diverse range of mediums from around the globe. Every 2nd Friday, Monthly 6—10 PM It is a self guided tour along Castleberry Hill, Atlanta’s Historic & Arts district.

Castleberry Market – part of the Westside Farmers Markets group, was established with the aim of bringing locally produced food to the under-served communities of southwest and west Atlanta.  Offers a wide range of locally sourced food from Georgia growers and producers, with a focus on serving and nourishing the unhoused community.  Committed to supporting  local makers, producers, and growers by providing them with a platform to thrive as entrepreneurs while giving back to the community.


Castleberry Hills is home to a variety of great places to eat.

No Mas! Cantina- is like a trip to a Mexican hacienda full of vibrant colors, decor and lip-smacking margaritas and tacos.

Paschal’s – Southern fare with a rich history of the Civil Rights era, Civil Rights leaders would often meet here.

Bottle Rocket –  exceptional cocktails and lovely sushi options that won’t break the bank

Entertainment Industry

Castleberry Hill has served as a backdrop for a variety of productions, from television to major motion pictures. The neighborhood’s timeless appeal, characterized by its meticulously restored buildings that maintain their historic charm, coupled with stunning skyline views and downtown convenience, makes it a prime location for filming. Additionally, the presence of trains and a welcoming community willing to open their homes and businesses further enhances Castleberry Hill’s suitability as a filming location.  Some of these productions includes:

  • Driving Miss Daisy
  • Kalifornia
  • Vampire Diaries
  • The Walking Dead
  • Real Housewives of Atlanta

Music videos have also been shot here by various artists such as Outcast, T.I., Ciara, and 2 Chainz.

Castleberry Hill offers a unique blend of history, culture, and modern living that sets it apart from other neighborhoods in Atlanta.   Whether you’re drawn to its historic charm, vibrant arts scene, or strong sense of community, living in Castleberry Hill offers endless opportunities and a rewarding living experience.

Are your ready to buy one of the coolest authentic lofts on the market today? Call Vanessa Reilly 404-556-1733

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