Food, Shopping, Parks and More in Lindredge-Martin Manor, Atlanta


Are you ready to make the move to the Lindredge-Martin Manor neighborhood in Atlanta? Then UNITS Moving and Portable Storage can help. We offer premium moving services and storage options in the Lindredge-Martin Manor area.

Just give us one call, and we’ll deliver a weatherproof storage unit straight to your home. Live on a narrow street with tight parking? Don’t worry for a second! With the help of our ROBO-Lift® technology, we can handle all sorts of obstacles so we can deliver your unit wherever you need it.

When you receive your container, you load it on your own schedule, not anyone else’s. We encourage our customers to take their time. Once you’re done, you can call us and we’ll deliver it to your next destination. Not quite ready for that step? We can store it at our climate-controlled facility.

We’re a locally-owned and operated business, so we understand the needs of the local Lindredge-Martin Manor community. We help the local community get their moving and storage situations under control.

Why wait? Call us at (678) 235-9053 for a free quote on our services!

An unusual feature to take note of, if you are planning on moving to the Lindredge-Martin Manor neighborhood of Atlanta with UNITS Moving and Portable Storage, is that it has a system of International Baccalaureate programs for school age children ages 3 to 18. It’s one of only 18 programs in North America that have a curriculum for children of all ages!

Of course that’s not all there is to appreciate about this neighborhood. One of the many places to live that make up the “Intown Atlanta” neighborhoods means there is access to all that the city has to offer along with the features that exist in or around it. You can travel to all of the area attractions via the MARTA system. The Lindbergh station is the closest rail option.

Lindredge-Martin Manor residents live in single-family homes for the most part. The neighborhood association is a strong one that advocates community activities. One of its proudest accomplishments is Armand Park, a once vacant lot turned into a community planned gathering space with a playground, rain garden and pergola area. 

A much-appreciated feature of this park is that it connects to the South Fork Trail, a 31-mile path that follows the meandering Peachtree Creek and its tributaries. Future plans for the South Fork Trail include connecting it to the Atlanta Beltline Project, an ambitious 22-mile project that is being developed along a former train corridor that circles Atlanta. Some of it has already been turned into a biking and hiking trail, along with other recreational and entertainment events, but the full project will create more affordable housing, transportation and business opportunities for the neighborhoods that border it.

Just across the street from the park is the Lindredge-Martin Manor Community Garden that all residents can use for a modest fee.

Armand Park is not the only park in the area, however. You can also visit nearby Peachtree Hills Park and its tennis courts, the Ansley Golf Club, Piedmont Park and the Morningside Nature Preserve.

If you’re looking for good things to do, try these: 

  • Midtown Bowl
  • High Museum of Art: Atlanta’s largest art museum, located in the city’s art district
  • Atlanta Botanical Garden
  • Tara Theatre: a local art house movie theater
  • Center for Puppetry Arts: puppet shows and workshops and classes for all ages.
  • SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion & Film: all kinds of exhibits and events. Where else could you learn all about the history and fashion of shoes?
  • Museum of Contemporary Art: Lindredge-Martin Manor residents can easily walk to this.

Atlanta History Center

You won’t feel any shortage of shopping opportunities in this area. If you are moving to Lindredge-Martin Manor and need to stock up on household items there is Target, Ikea, Home Depot and Ashley Home Store. Grocery stores include Publix, Whole Foods and Stop ‘N Shop.

Restaurants in the area are abundant, so you won’t lack for a wide variety of tastes and prices. Embilta Café & Restaurant features Ethiopian cuisine. Hajme is a ramen bar. There’s also Opa!!! for Greek and the Rain Thai & Sushi Bar, to name only a few.

We hope you enjoy living in the Lindredge-Martin Manor neighborhood! Remember to call us at (678) 235-9053 for a free quote!

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