Jenkins Metal Meeting

The group working to redevelop the Jenkins Metal site, The Galloway Group, will hold a meeting for Inman Park on their plans. The meeting will be on September 27 at the Trolley Barn from 6:30-7:30. Please attend if you can.

(read more on their plans)


IPNA September Meeting Summary

Budget discussion. Villa de Grip update. Findley Plaza Redesign update. Jenkins Metal Update. Peter Aman spoke at meeting. IPNA staffing updates. (read full summary)



IPNA September Meeting Agenda

The September meeting of the Inman Park Neighborhood Association is Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 7:30pm. On this month's agenda there will be a vote to confirm Cooper and Robbie White Pierce as Festival Committee Chairs. There will also be a presentation by Walter Brown, Little Five Points CID, on the results from the community engagement meetings regarding the redesign of Findley Plaza. The budget for 2018 will also be discussed. Full agenda can be found here.




Proposed Condo Development at Jenkins Metal Site

We have received notice that a developer, Thrive Homes, is proposing to build a condo complex on the Jenkins Metals site, which extends from Edgewood Ave. along the east side of Krog all the way to the Krog Street Market.  The developer has reserved the Trolley Barn for September 27 at 6:30. They plan to present their plans for anyone who is interested and to receive neighborhood input.  This is not an official immediate neighbors meeting or full neighborhood meeting. (read more)


Inman Park Social!

Join the Inman Park Neighborhood Association and it's 21 volunteer committees for our first ever Inman Park Social! We'll have food trucks, free beer and wine, live music and opportunities to get involved in your community. (read more)


Wine Stroll Tickets on Sale!

The link to purchase tickets can be found on the BeltLine Wine Stroll Facebook page -- . The Wine Stroll sells our quickly every year. Buy your tickets now! The event benefits the Inman Park Security Patrol and Springvale Park.  (more)



August IPNA Meeting Highlights

-Crime is down

-Villa de Grip property discussed after deferral was requested by developers.

-33 New Sidewalks coming

-Springvale Master plan improvements coming

-Freedom Park Conservancy Master Plan moving forward 

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Waverly Way Temporary Road Closure

Waverly Way between Edgewood and Euclid will be temporarily closed to traffic for two weeks beginning August 16, 2017. The city is making emergency repairs. To read more click here. 


IPNA August 2017 Meeting Agenda

Agenda items include: 

1) Vote on proposal for sidewalk program

2) Update on Freedom Park Conservancy Master Planning Process

3) Update on 320 North Highland proposal and vote on requested deferral

4) Change of Agent for Folk Art (liquor license)

The full meeting agenda can be found here.


Public Meeting for Little Five Points Redesign

Do you love Bass Field? Do you love Little Five Points? Plans are underway to redesign Findley Plaza in Little Five Points with Renew Atlanta funds. The Little Five Points Commercial Improvement District’s (L5PCID) Findley Plaza Redevelopment Committee will conduct two community input meetings on the following days, times, and location. Show up and voice your vision for Findley Plaza and Bass Fields.  (read more)


Villa de Grip Meeting 8.3.2017

Neighbors came out to hear more about the Villa de Grip proposed plan and zoning change Thursday night at Regina Brewer's home. Brewer hosted an informal meeting with architect, Cooper Pierce, to give neighbors an opportunity to hear about the project before it goes to a vote at this month's IPNA meeting. Neighbors were vocal about the high volume of new traffic they say the development would create, along with increased danger to pedestrians trying to cross North Highland at Elizabeth. Neighbors also expressed concerns about people turning into the would-be parking garage from N. Highland, an entrance that would be roughly 35-feet from the stop sign at N. Highland and Elizabeth. Residents said that N. Highland is always backed up to Caramel St. at night and the new development would only further back up the already strained intersection.  (read more)


Villa de Grip Building Rezoning and Redevelopment Proposal

The owners of the parcel located at 320 N. Highland, the building known as Villa de Grip, have proposed a major development.  In addition to renovating the existing building, the owners plan to add two new buildings to the site.  Under the plans, the existing Villa de Grip building would be renovated to house a 5,000+ square foot restaurant on the ground floor and to provide 5,000+ square feet of office space on the second floor.  A second, three-story building would be built with another restaurant on the first floor and office space on the two upper floors.  Finally, an additional building would be constructed with a three-level parking deck and two additional floors of office space above. (read more)

July IPNA Meeting Highlights

Regan Hammond gave updates on Renew Atlanta and the plans for 3 upcoming projects: Euclid and Edgewood, Krog St and Lake Ave and N. Highland from Alaska to Elizabeth St. Full plan details will be available at

Little 5 Pts Halloween Parade Permit approved. parade will be on October 21, 2017. 

Anna Foote from the Atlanta Commercial Improvement District came to discuss Findley Plaza and Bass Fields. Residents strongly voiced their desire to maintain Bass Fields as green space where kids can play instead of developing the land into a parking deck or other structure. IPNA Pres Neil Kinkopf expressed the IPNA's desire to have a neighborhood rep become part of the the CID's process. (read more) 


July 2017 IPNA Meeting Agenda

The July meeting of the IPNA is Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at the Trolley Barn at 7:30p

Topics we'll go over include: 

--Report of Regan Hammond of Renew Atlanta on progress of transportation projects in Inman Park funded by the Renew Atlanta bond (especially the intersection of Euclid and Edgewood Aves.)
-- Report by Kahle Davis (President of the Little Five Points Business Association) on the annual Little Five Points Halloween Parade
-- Report by Anna Foote (Executive Director, Little Five Points Commercial Improvement District) on the CID and its plans for Little Five Points (particularly regarding the redesign of Findley Plaza and the potential development of Bass Field)
-- Vote on proposed amendments to the draft Lifelong Inman Park Study (the study was presented and discussed at the June meeting and is available along with proposed amendments on the IPNA website) 
-- Vote on Lifelong Inman Park study as amended

(read more)



Vote on Lifelong Inman Park Plan Wednesday, July 19, 2017

The Lifelong Inman Park Plan was developed to guide Inman Park’s transformation into a Lifelong Community by incorporating the needs of older residents into all aspects of community planning, development, and living. This plan reflects a national Lifelong Communities movement and addresses four Lifelong principles. These principles were identified through neighborhood surveys, a walking tour, and a workshop along with input from IPNA Board and neighbor meetings. The plan addresses housing.... (read more)

 Little Five Arts Alive!
It's Back, Live arts of all sorts to L5P plazas from April through November 2017. 

Theatre artists, dancers, musicians, circus artists, and acts of all sorts will animate Findley & Davis Plazas in L5P every Saturday & Sunday 5-8pm, April 22-November 5. All to create a warm, welcoming, and artful place for our community and visitors. ​We will be programming both professional and higher level student performances and arts events that are participatory that can involve anyone who wants to join in. (learn more)   Check out the current calendar of events.

IPNA Sidewalk Subsidy Program

IPNA is stepping up so that you can step out with confidence.  You probably have noticed the new sidewalks improving streetscapes throughout Inman Park due to the dedication of our Sidewalk Committee.  Thanks to increased IPNA budget allocations and Festival Beer tips, approximately 60K will be spent replace crumbling neighborhood sidewalks during 2017.  (Learn More)


Beltline Wine Stroll 

The 5th annual Beltline Wine Stroll is September 23, 2017 at 1:00pm. The fundraising event benefits the Inman Park Security Patrol and Springvale Park.

Participating venues include: Barcelona, Fritti, Ladybird, Hampton & Hudson, Bread & Butterfly, Bill Hallman, Made Again, City Issue, Amara, Serpas, Two Urban Licks, The Albert, Parish, King of Pops (the window location on Elizabeth and Bernina), The Atlanta Bicylce Barn (formerly BeltLine Bicycles), The Collective, The IceBox, and the VIP location, VinoTeca.


Inman Park Social 

Join the Inman Park Neighborhood Association and it's 21 volunteer committees for our first ever Inman Park Social! We'll have food trucks, free beer and wine, live music and opportunities to get involved in your community.

September 21, 2017

The Trolley Barn