You now live among great neighbors in an attractively planned community. Nestled in the northwest quadrant of Atlanta, West Highlands offers the feel of a suburban environment with the convenience of urban living. Recognized both locally and nationally, West Highlands is an award winning master planned community of new homes in Atlanta. Located just west of Midtown and minutes from Downtown Atlanta, Atlantic Station, Buckhead, major interstates and the airport, this Atlanta community offers the convenience and desirable location to all that city living has to offer.
You have invested into the genesis of revitalization for the West Atlanta Heights’ community and the many projects that are underway. The construction of the city’s first joint public safety center is complete. The center will be home to both Atlanta Police and Fire Departments with accommodations for community meeting space. In the same vicinity, plans have been approved to erect the new 25K square foot Atlanta-Fulton Library. The Beltline is still assembling the land for “what will be” the largest park in Atlanta and located only footsteps away from West Highlands. On the grounds of West Highlands, the walking path along Proctor Creek will extend west beyond the property line to connect with the Silver Comet Trail in Cobb County and continue on to Alabama’s state line. The final path east will eventually terminate downtown at Centennial Olympic Park.
West Highlands prides itself on the abundance of green space which is aesthetically landscaped with manicured grounds and natural barriers. Open land spaces have been strategically placed throughout the neighborhood to house future parks, ball fields and courts, as well as our club house and pools. The extensive green space already includes Heman E. Perry Park, featuring picnic areas, walking paths, playground and open green space.
What makes West Highlands unique is that many of our neighbors contribute their time volunteering on committees that benefit our neighborhood and the surrounding community: Architecture, Communication, Community Interests, Grounds, Security and Social. In addition, West Highlands is also served by a larger body – Neighborhood Planning Unit-G (NPU-G) which is a citizen advisory group working on behalf of the City of Atlanta. NPU-G represents West Atlanta Heights, encompassing 14 neighborhoods (including West Highlands). We hope that you will share in the commitment to improve our community by joining a committee.
Located at the heart of the West Highlands Community, the park includes a pond with fountain, walking trails, an open air amphitheater, picnic pavilions, and landscaped playground.
PATH Foundation and Silver Comet Trail:
(PATH Foundation Website)
A section of the PATH trail has been constructed in the WH community, along Proctor Creek. This paved trail behind West Highlands is a part of the larger PATH network and will eventually connect all the way down to Centennial Olympic Park in the center of the city, and all the way out to the Silver Comet Trail in Smyrna (which itself connects all the way to Alabama!). It is part of the NW Atlanta Trails system currently under construction by the PATH Foundation.
Future Amenities in the West Highlands:
– Clubhouse & Pool (Early designs were seen at the most recent HOA meeting!)
– Ball Fields
– Community Garden