Live in the centrally located Lindbergh – Morosgo neighborhood for quick access to urban amenities and convenient transportation options. You’re never far from dining and retail and the rest of what the Buckhead area has to offer.
Where is Lindbergh – Morosgo?
Lindbergh – Morosgo is a neighborhood within Buckhead where retail and businesses line the streets. A freight railroad line stretches across the northwest boundary. You’ll find Buckhead neighborhoods of Peachtree Hills and Garden Hills on the other side of the tracks. Georgia 400 and the Pine Hills neighborhood lies on the east. I-85 and Peachtree Creek run along the southeast, and Armour Industrial stretches along the southwest border.
Lindbergh – Morosgo was once home to Mooney’s lake that was developed into a recreation center in the 1920s. Locals came to cool off with a swim, a horseback ride through the grounds or a relaxing picnic on the lawns. The on-site pavilion eventually burned down, and a few years later, the lake was drained by eager developers.
By the 1960s, the area featured dozens of retail stores and landed on the map for music lovers. BB King, the Sex Pistols and other musical giants played at the now-closed Great Southeast Music Hall. Today, the area has grown into an epicenter for retail, office space and residences with mixed-use space.
Lindbergh – Morosgo is situated in the heart of Buckhead and is a quick drive to the rest of Atlanta. Renters come for the amenities and access to public transportation, which can be hit or miss around the city. The proximity to Georgia 400 and I-85 also makes the Lindbergh – Morosgo neighborhood a desirable area to connect to anywhere you want to go.
Depending on where you live, Lindbergh – Morosgo can be walkable. Choose a mix-use apartment complex to walk downstairs and start browsing the shops or grab a bite to eat. Walking to the rest of Lindbergh – Morosgo is possible, but a rideshare is never far away from pubs, nightclubs and dining for an evening out.
What to Do
Retail is one of the main draws for living in Lindbergh – Morosgo, with Lindbergh Plaza supplying all your day-to-day needs. Locals shop at the plaza for Target and Best Buy, salons, eateries and services like dry cleaners.
For an upscale shopping experience, Lenox Square is just a short drive or walk away. Phipps Plaza is situated just across the street for even more luxury shopping options. The Shops at Miami Circle are also a contender for your shopping budget with antiques, chandeliers, fine art and decor.
Bowling is a popular pastime in Lindbergh-Morosgo if you go to the Painted Pin. The upscale boutique bar features an entertainment venue in an industrial warehouse space. You can bowl the night away or try your hand at table shuffleboard, skeeball or giant Jenga. Stay for snacks and drinks with friends and lounge on the plush couches.
Lindbergh – Morosgo is also never far from a movie theater showing the latest blockbusters. AMC Phipps Plaza offers an upscale feel, or you can go to the nearby AMC Dine-in nearby where you can order up food and eat it while watching your movie. Pick chairs adjacent to tables to spread-out and eat with great views of the screen.
Green space isn’t exactly plentiful around Lindbergh – Morosgo, but you can go for a jog or take a stroll along Peachtree Park Nature Trail. You’re also not far from Chastain Park, one of Atlanta’s premier destinations with a playground, an outdoor amphitheater, golf course, pool and horse park stretching across 268-acres. Or make the short drive to Midtown’s Piedmont Park and the tucked away trails and green spaces scattered throughout nearby neighborhoods.
Where to Eat & Drink
Living in Lindbergh – Morosgo puts you in proximity to Buckhead dining with stand-outs like Aria. For something directly in your neighborhood, try The Boiler Seafood Atlanta for seafood dishes and drinks or watch football at Taco Mac Lindbergh. Creole-style fare is always a favorite at Vision Restaurant & Lounge. Take in the views from floor-to-ceiling windows at Il Bacio Pizzeria & Trattoria for pasta and gelato or the Tin Drum Asian Kitchen for Pan-Asian fare, curries and noodles with a twist.
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Pubs are also plentiful in Lindbergh – Morosgo and the rest of Buckhead. Meet up with friends at B51 for cocktails in a lively atmosphere famous for its frozen drinks. And nearby Eclipse di Luna features live Latin music with cocktails and a patio to enjoy your tapas.
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Moving to Lindbergh-Morosgo
Real Estate Snapshot
Renting an apartment in Lindbergh-Morosgo costs an average of $1,527, below the average $1,504 rent in Atlanta and $1,630 in North Buckhead. You’ll find a mix of high-rise luxury apartments, smaller complexes and condos for rent throughout the area.
Developers are eyeing several projects in the neighborhood. The 47-acre Lindbergh City Center is undergoing redevelopment for a one-stop-shop for public transportation and amenities. Locals will have more options for coffee and wine and 80,00 square feet of retail along Main Street.
The MARTA Lindbergh Center offers immediate access to nearby shopping, dining and amenities. You’re also just a short train ride to attractions around Atlanta and the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Atlanta is a driving town, and Lindbergh – Morosgo is situated near Georgia 400 and I-85. Or you can hop on Piedmont Rd to head north into Buckhead’s dining and shopping or south into Ansley Park and Piedmont Heights area. Rideshares are plentiful around town if you want to skip public parking headaches and public transportation altogether.
Schools & Employment
Public schools are well-regarded and families send their children to Rivers Elementary School, Garden Hills Elementary, Sutton Middle School and North Atlanta High School. Charter and private schools are also available in the area, including the Galloway School.
Renters exploring their higher ed aspirations aren’t far from Emory School of Medicine, the central campus in Emory Village, Georgia Tech and Georgia State University. Creatives at heart can also attend the private Savannah School of Art and Design.
Retail and dining employment is usually plentiful around Lindbergh-Morosgo. To climb the career ladder, look to Buckhead’s PulteGroup and Aaron’s. You’re also not far from Home Depot, UPS and other Fortune 500 companies and hospitality employers.
Living in Lindbergh-Morosgo situates you in the lap of amenities and convenience with access to public transportation. You’re never far from the rest of Midtown, Atlanta or the rest of Buckhead when you live in the middle of the action.