It certainly can seem unexpected, but then surprise is part of the magic when springtime settles in over Midtown Atlanta. This is, after all, one of the world’s finest places for outdoor fun. You can look it up.
Designers and planners the world over recognize the success that three decades of cooperation through the Midtown Alliance have brought into being here – shaded streetscapes, bike paths, walk-friendly byways, and spots for spontaneously stopping to chat, to connect, and to celebrate. The condos in Midtown Atlanta come with a community, and that community knows how to enjoy spring outdoors.
More Welcome than Ever
The rites of spring that surround the luxury condos in Atlanta, GA, always exuberant, are especially welcome this year. A period of precautions, followed by a couple of seasons of uncertainty about getting together, have made us more than ever look forward to the pleasures of outdoor events in Midtown.
The lineup is impressive once again. Here are just a few examples.
Free and Easy
Commercial Row Commons is the scene for Acoustic Wednesdays, hosted each week by the Midtown Alliance from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the corner of Peachtree Street and Peachtree Place. Already well under way, Acoustic Wednesdays kicked off on March 1 with a singer-songwriter from right here in the neighborhood, Keith Cuts. You can ask anyone how beautifully these evenings have unfolded since then. It makes a great pause on the way home from the office, or for an early al fresco takeout dinner from one of the abundant restaurants nearby. Don’t miss the Acoustic Wednesdays on May 3, 10, and 17.
Also free is the outdoor party being thrown on Sundays by MODA, the Museum of Design Atlanta. From 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on one Sunday a month through June, you still have the chance to enjoy the many forms of fun for the whole family offered here on May 14 and June 11. You can sew a quilted square into a Welcome Blanket being prepared for a refugee by master crafter Sara Roberts. Kids can grab a want and waft hundreds of bubbles into the sky. The whole gang can enjoy performances by Full Radius Dance, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. A Baltimore Crab Cake food truck is standing by to offer refreshments. All the outdoor fun is free and, as usual, museum inside tickets call for a donation.
Celebrating all things dog is the purpose of PAWty in the Park, from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturdays May 20 and June 17 in 10th Street Park. Even if you don’t have a dog, you are sure to have a blast. A DJ, drinks, and games assure the pooches’ parents and fans of a doggone good time.
These springtime celebrations are another sign that we never take for granted the success of the Midtown Atlanta condos for sale. For more about how the rewards of living here build value, call us at 404-347-3838.