Ardmore Park


A Premier Intown Atlanta Neighborhood

Intown Atlanta Neighborhood

Walkable


Ardmore Park neighborhood is in the heart of Buckhead within walking distance to restaurants, coffee shops and Piedmont Hospital.

Community


The neighborhood is a community of residents who connect regularly and are linked through the Ardmore Park Neighborhood Association (APNA). APNA strives to maintain and improve the livability of the neighborhood.

Beltline


Situated on the Atlanta Beltline, Ardmore Park provides easy access to multiple playgrounds, the Bitsy Grant Tennis Center, Bobby Jones Golf Course, and miles of paved trails. In coming years, the trail will connect to neighborhood to the East and Westside Beltline.

History

The land comprising the Ardmore Park neighborhood was originally owned by the Collier family, one of Atlanta’s early pioneering families who arrived in Atlanta in 1823. Specifically, Andrew Jackson Collier—for whom Anjaco Road is named (the first two letters of his first, middle, and last names)—owned 202.5 acres of land off Peachtree that his heirs subdivided in the 1920s, leading to the development of the Ardmore Park neighborhood.

Collier operated an antebellum grist mill off Tanyard Creek in the area of the current Ardmore and Tanyard Creek Parks. The area is also known for being the site of some of the most hostile and bloody combat during the Civil War, as Confederate forces desperately attacked the armies commanded by Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman that were closing in on Atlanta in July 1864. Historical markers dot both Ardmore Park and Tanyard Creek Park, recounting this history.

The development of the neighborhood started in the early 1920s. At the time of initial development, the neighborhood consisted of 28th Street to just past Wycliff Road, Wycliff Anjaco Road, and Collier Road. The development of Anjaco began soon after in the 1930s, and the western half of 28th Street and Ardmore Road was developed next, largely in the 40s and 50s, coinciding with the development of the park for which the neighborhood is now named.

APNA 2022 Dues

Each year the neighborhood association collects dues that cover small projects, neighborhood socials and other expenses that come to the board. 2022 dues are $60 for homes and $40 for condos/apartments. Please consider paying these now using your method of choice. Please include your name and address:

Check

Mail or hand-deliver your check (payable to Ardmore Park Neighborhood Association) to Tricia Durham, Treasurer, at 1804 Huntington Hills Lane/Atlanta, GA 30309

Venmo

Search for business “APNA” or username @ardmoreparkneighborhoodassoc

PayPal

Use the below link to pay with PayPal

Support the Park

Support the future of the park with a tax deductible-donation Ardmore Park's Park Pride account. These funds will be used for future enhancements to the playground and surrounding park lands.

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