Only In Your State stopped by My Potato Factory and raved about the “Absolutely Spudtacular” baked potatoes offered by this Westview eatery.
Westview had the honor of gracing the cover of Atlanta Magazine’s February issue. The cover story is about hot neighborhoods that are walkable and affordable.
Take a look for yourself: Where to Live Now in Atlanta 2018: Westview.
Westview was the runner-up for the title of “Neighborhood of the Year” in the 2017 Curbed Cup! Quite an accomplishment, given that this was Westview’s first time making the cup rounds.
The winner was neighboring West End, so if we had to lose to anyone, we’d gladly give the honor to our sister neighborhood – congratulations!
2017 marks the first year that Westview is able to participate in the “Neighborhood of the Year” Curbed Cup! Not only did Westview make it on the participating list, but per Curbed, “residences garnered by far the most nominations of the 2017 tourney.” Go Westview!
But now it’s to the voting booth – please vote for Westview in Round 1:
Thanks to an influx of new businesses, Westview keeps being put back on the map. Eater Atlanta just released “Where to Eat and Drink in Castleberry Hill, West End, and Westview,” and KarbonStar Vitality, Greens & Gravy, and D Cafe made it on the list of places to go.
It should be noted that Greens & Gravy has been given several nods as of lately, such as being picked as Eater Atlanta’s #9 spot of “Atlanta’s Hottest New Brunches, September 2017,” Creative Loafing’s “First Look: Greens and Gravy,” and the AJC’s “This local spot is serving up some seriously good, honey-dripping fried chicken with biscuits.“
Westview was one of the featured neighborhood picked for the “How well do you know Atlanta’s neighborhoods?” article in Creative Loafing’s annual “Neighborhood Issue.” Check out the Westview overview they wrote!
Westview received love from online real estate and neighborhood news outlet, Curbed, two days in a row!
The first article, published on June 5, 2014, titled “Historic Westview Exhibits Symptoms Of Beltline Fever,” shines a light on all the activities members of the Westview Community Organization are making happen in our beloved intown Atlanta neighborhood. Author Josh Green highlights our $40 homestead property taxes and multitude of available houses under $200k while pointing to the imminent construction of the Westside BeltLine trail (which comes straight through Westview).
In the second article, published on June 6, 2014, and titled “For Now, These Homes Near The Beltline Ask Less Than $200K,” author Kimberly Turner broadens the focus by not only highlighting Westview, but also a few nearby neighborhoods. The article showcases some of the affordable inventory available in southwest Atlanta and compares the quality to that of the much more pricey Eastside neighborhoods.
Thank you for the recognition, Curbed! We hope this will be the beginning of a beautiful friendship between Westview and Curbed.
Thanks to The Big Apple Inn you can now pick up the latest paper issue of Creative Loafing Atlanta at the corner of Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. and East Ontario Ave. This is very exciting considering southwest Atlanta is somewhat underrepresented in Creative Loafing’s circulation list. And what better way for The Big Apple Inn to ensure readers are aware of the consistent press they receive! Thank you April for getting Creative Loafing to Westview.