Joeff Davis



Rows of shotgun houses and old brick buildings once inhabited by Cotton Mill and railroad workers now comprise a charmingly dense and notoriously artsy enclave largely protected from the asphalt sprawls and behemoth developments plaguing many Atlanta neighborhoods. Cordoned off by a rail yard to the north and Oakland Cemetery to the west, the historically working-class district has meandered down its own narrow streets on a path to urban renewal in recent decades. Yet while its demographic character may have shifted, the community manages to hold fast to its tight-nit feel and bohemian hotspots its come to be known for.
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