Welcome to West End, Neighborhood of the Year

Atlanta’s West End is a vibrant community known for the diversity of its residents, who represent many different economic, cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds.  The spirit of neighborhood is reflected in a strong sense of community and enthusiastic resident involvement.  

Named 2017 & 2015 Curbed Cup Champion and the hottest neighborhood in Atlanta of 2016 by Redfin, the burgeoning, yet historic community of West End is quickly becoming one of Atlanta’s most talked about and sought after neighborhoods for young professionals and families.

Whether you are seeking a pedestrian- and bike-friendly community along the Atlanta BeltLine  or you’re looking for a neighborhood convenient to major thoroughfares, West End has it all. 

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Become part of our diverse community.


What’s Good in the Hood

WEND’s Holiday Soiree 2019

Our best-kept secret is out of the bag! We are pleased to announce WEND’s Holiday Soiree 2019.

Join us December 7, 2019, 7:00-11pm at Wild Heaven Brewery & Gardens 1010 White St. for an evening of festive food & fellowship.

As a WEND Member, please enjoy two beverages, with our compliments.

***New Alert*** Non-members, please prepare a $12.00 donation upon entry. (You will receive 2 beverage tickets). You can purchase tickets here. Can’t wait to see you there!

WABE on the West End

From WABE Atlanta read about the West End, Past and Present… One of the oldest homes in Atlanta is about a mile and a half south of downtown in a community called the West End. It’s a two story greyish-blue home with white trim, a front porch, and a fireplace.

Oak trees shade the yard and stairs lead to the property from a charming brick sidewalk. The home sits back on its lot behind a wrought iron fence on Peeples Street, although that specific fence wasn’t there when the house was built in 1856. Read more.

West End bungalow renovation took teamwork and patience

West End bungalow renovation took teamwork and patience, owner says. Emi Piez originally thought she would buy a turnkey house. When she saw the eclectic and historic homes in Atlanta’s West End neighborhood, with its access to MARTA and the Beltline, she decided to tackle a renovation. Read more.

The West End Is A ‘Front Porch Community’

The West End MARTA station is more than just a stop for commuters. It’s a hub of sorts. Located at the bustling intersection of Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard and Lee Street.

The trains that pass by follow almost the exact same route the streetcar once did. Back when West End was one of the city’s first suburbs. Read more.

Only In Atlanta : West End

The West End has as strong a sense of self as it does of community. Despite all the change that has happened in the neighborhood in the past few years, the neighbors remain committed to their diverse and inclusive community.

WABE’s “Only In Atlanta” series takes a deep-dive look at life in West End. View the video.

Call for Artists

The City of Atlanta’s Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA), the Department of City Planning (DCP), and West End Neighborhood Development (WEND) are seeking creative professional artists to propose designs for two street murals. The street murals will reside on the West End section of White Street SW as a part of the City’s Placemaking Program.

A monetary award of $2,000 will be awarded for each design. The deadline to submit your proposal is Noon (12 pm) on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019.

The City of Atlanta’s Placemaking Program is a community-driven initiative to transform Atlanta streets and public spaces. The program also works to improve transportation safety while enhancing the physical, cultural, and social identities of our public areas.

Local and regional professional visual artists are encouraged to propose street mural designs for the intersections of White Street SW and Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard SW and White Street SW and Hopkins Street SW.

There is no expectation of the artist(s) to install the artwork. The DCP will procure a contractor to install the murals per the finalized design.

For full project details, click HERE to view and download the RFP packet.

For any questions regarding the project or the proposal submission, please contact Chris McIntosh at cmcintosh@atlantaga.gov.


Join us on October 26th, 4-7pm for our kids Halloween Party at Firehouse NO. 7. There will be food, games, prizes and more. Who will win the best costume contest?

Atlanta Streets Alive

On Sunday, September 29, 2019, from 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition activates Atlanta Streets Alive – Southwest, connecting 7 neighborhoods spanning from Cascade Avenue along Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard to Georgia Avenue. We’ll close the streets to cars and open them for people to walk, roll, bike, and play!

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August Yard of the Month

August Yard of the Month goes to…… The Rittle Family at 436 Holderness St. This beautiful landscaping was done by the new owners. Another WOW.  Great job guys!!! Thanks for making our curbs beautiful.

A special thanks to our sponsor for yard of the month: West End Ace Hardware!

11th Annual Candlelight Concert

Join West End Neighborhood Development (W.EN.D.) & WEND Foundation for “An Evening Under the Stars”, our 11th Annual Candlelight Concert, presented by Citizens Trust Bank. This special evening will be headlined by R&B sensation Eric Roberson.

Bring your own picnic dinner, wine and beer to enjoy as part of this elegant outdoor concert experience in the picturesque gardens of the historic Wren’s Nest.

Purchase Tickets Here

Bulk Pick-up Changes

Starting April 1, all bulk pickups by The city of Atlanta’s Department of Public Works must be scheduled. There is a maximum of 12 scheduled bulk pick-ups per year. If you require more bulk pickups, there will be a fee. Bulk collection can be scheduled by contacting ATL311 at least one business day in advance. For more information go to www.atlantaga.gov/solidwaste

WEND Porch Party

Please join us for our first Porch Party of the year.

March 9, 2019 6-10pm. Please bring a lite bite or beverage to share.

WEND Porch Party
695 Peeples St. SW
March 9th, 6-10PM

Historic West End Tour of Homes 2019 Presented by Carter & Met Atlanta

Historic West End Tour of Homes 2019 Presented by Carter & Met Atlanta

Join us for the Historic West End Tour of Homes 2019.

An evening stroll of open homes, a gallery, and a museum in the most up and coming neighborhood in town Atlanta. Let us show you why West End is the “Best End”. This is a self-guided walking/driving tour with10 beautiful homes that are featured in this one night only event.

Paid Interns Wanted

We received grant funding from the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta for the West End YouWork Youth Internship program!

We will be connecting 15 youth (ages 14-18) in the Washington cluster of schools (Brown MS, KIPP STRIVE Academy, Washington HS) with internship opportunities in local West End and Westview businesses.
PLEASE CLICK HERE to find out how you can support!

Marta Improvements

Marta has allocated almost half a billion dollars in
station improvements, making our bus schedules more timely, etc.

Send project suggestions, maintenance concerns to
NPU-T transportation chair, Lisa Stines at lisa.stines@hotmail.com

Soccer in the Streets comes to West End Train Station

Atlanta United Foundation and the City of Atlanta Collaborate with Soccer in
the Streets to expand Station Soccer at West End Train Station!
This is a free soccer program for youth.
Adults can participate in pick games as well. Register HERE