Centennial Hill Rentals & Homes for Sale


The Atlanta real estate neighborhood called Centennial Hill represents a small but frequently visited portion of the Downtown area. Its neighbors are the main city attractions frequented by residents and visitors alike, including the Georgia Aquarium and Centennial Park. Apartments and condos are the types of housing available in Centennial Hill and there are units available for lease by owner or for purchase. Many properties in Centennial Hill have stunning city views and most complexes have swimming pools, gyms and other amenities. The average homes for sale value in the neighborhood is $226,300, and most monthly rent payments in this area are above $1,300.

Centennial Hill Rentals & Homes For Sale
Many Centennial Hill Residents Enjoy a Brief Walking Commute to Jobs

Residents of Centennial Hill homes enjoy one of the most easily walkable communities in Downtown Atlanta, with most errands easily performed on foot. The neighborhood is also well-serviced by the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). Additionally, Centennial Hill is convenient to the I-75/85 Downtown Connector and plenty of paid parking is available for those who prefer to drive. As in any major city’s downtown district, Centennial Hill has somewhat higher property crime rates than average. Lock your vehicle or bicycle when not in use and be alert when walking to work or your favorite activities, especially at night.

Parents living in Centennial Hill properties may send their school-aged children to Atlanta Public Schools. Centennial Academy serves kindergarten through eighth grade students, and high schoolers are zoned to attend Grady High School. There are not many privately owned schools in the immediate area, but it is a short drive to private schools in nearby Atlanta neighborhoods.


The biggest draw to the Centennial Hill community is its proximity to the following attractions. Many Centennial Hill residents enjoy a brief walking commute to jobs at these family-friendly locations:

  • Centennial Olympic Park A favorite spot inside the perimeter for locals and visitors alike, Centennial Olympic Park was originally built for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Children enjoy splashing in the Fountain of Rings in warm weather, and the park hosts weekly events year-round such as weekend concerts and food markets.
  • Georgia AquariumNoted as the world’s largest aquarium and the only place in the world to swim with massive whale sharks, the Georgia Aquarium welcomes millions of visitors annually. Stroll through underwater glass tunnels and be transformed into an underwater habitat. The aquarium offers annual memberships and monthly activities that many local residents enjoy.
  • World of Coca-ColaLearn more than you ever imagined about the history of Coca-Cola and sample over 60 different international versions of Coke beverages. The museum is home to the famed secret vault which holds Coca-Cola’s original formula. Visit the gift shop for a variety of Coke merchandise, including replicas of historic Coca-Cola advertisements.
  • Center for Civil and Human Rights Located between the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coke, this museum includes artwork, interactive exhibits and storytelling about the fundamental rights of all human beings.
  • Children’s Museum of AtlantaA favorite location for kids eight years old and younger, the museum provides hands-on exhibits that encourage creative thinking in the fields of art, science, math and literacy. Four permanent learning zones and new feature exhibits each year keep this an exciting place for parents and children.

Restaurants within Centennial Hill include award-winning Googie Burger, STATS Brewpub, Legal Sea Foods and Ted’s Montana Grill. Enjoy cheap but delicious hash browns, eggs, burgers and other greasy spoon favorites at the south’s legendary Waffle House. The closest franchise is located at 135 Andrew Young International Boulevard. The modern WXYZ Lounge is a good place to meet friends for drinks near Centennial Hill.

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