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Atlanta’s historic hidden gem, Knight Park

by The 100 Companies

Knight Park is a nationally recognized historic district in Atlanta. Also known as Howell Station, this neighborhood is highly sought after for families with children.

However, it has not always been so popular. The majority of Knight Park was destroyed during the Civil War and had to be rebuilt. Leaving only 210 buildings, in 1890 a plan was developed to transform the neighborhood into an established community.

Now, Knight Park is overflowing with schools, restaurants and public parks. Choose from Brash CoffeeTuza Taco or Washington Park, while exploring the diverse architecture and colorful history the neighborhood has to offer.  

– Kathryn Carter, 360 Media, Inc.

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1 comment

Grant Knox May 27, 2021 - 3:06 pm

While we certainly appreciate the positive message of this story, most of the information in it appears to be completely fabricated and in accurate. For starters, Brash Coffee, Tuza Taco, and Washington Park are not in Howell Station, nor are they walkable from Howell Station. If you would like to learn about Howell Station or speak to any of the Howell Station Neighborhood Assn Board Members, please feel free to visit our website at http://www.historichowellstation.org or email us at Howell.Station1893@gmail.com


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