Housing Authority of DeKalb County 750 Commerce Dr, Decatur, GA30030 The DeKalb housing authority handles public and affordable housing options, vouchers, first-time home buyers assistance…More programs, and more for the county.
Mary Gay House 716 W Trinity Pl, Decatur, GA30030 One of the few pre-civil war houses still standing in Atlanta, the Mary Gay House was built in the 1820's and was later…More moved to Adair Park. Placed on in the National Register of Historic Places in 1975, the Mary Gay House is frequently used for weddings, public events and fund raisers. The Junior League of DeKalb County is currently taking donations to help renovate maintain this famous home.
United Methodist Children's Home 500 S Columbia Dr, Decatur, GA30030 The United Methodist Children's Home once provided care for children orphaned during the Civil War and moved to its…More current location in 1873. Today, the organization provides spiritual and healing services to abused children, troubled teens and struggling families. The organization provides family counseling, family housing, financial aid and parenting classes. The property is a vast campus of chapels, housing, meeting spaces and recreational facilities.
Progressive Redevelopment 321 W Hill St, Decatur, GA30030 Progressive Redevelopment is a building company specializing in creating and developing affordable housing. It has…More worked on multi-family homes, historic renovations, mixed-income apartment housing, senior living communities and more. It works in any area, from the inner city to the suburbs.
The City of Avondale Estates was named after the birthplace of Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon. In 1924,…More George Francis Willis purchased the entire village of Ingleside, as it was named at the time, with the idea to create one of Georgia's first planned communities. His vision created helped create Tudor-style downtown buildings and many houses within Avondale Estates. Amenities include Lake Avondale, the community club house, tennis courts and a swimming pool.
More than 3,000 people call Avondale Estates home today. The city also is home to the first Waffle House, which opened its doors in 1955, and is now a museum.