The Best Apartments in Atlanta Near Nightlife

But what’s the best spot to find good nightlife in Atlanta? We crunched the data and mapped all of the venues, bars, clubs, music venues and more to find the closest options.

Here are the 10 best apartments in Atlanta near nightlife.

10. Solace on Peachtree

Solace on Peachtree

Solace on Peachtree features high-rise views with their spacious apartments and luxury amenities like outdoor BBQ grill space, rooftop lounge, fitness center, stainless steel appliances and on-site laundry facility. Right in the middle of Midtown, this community has access to plenty of nightlife within a few blocks.

Right next door, Baraonda offers late-night drinks and a few blocks down Peachtree Street, you can find bars like the Vortex, Bulldog Bar, Hudson Grille and Empire State South. Opium Atlanta, a neon-lit bar and nightclub, is only five minutes away.

9. Marq on Ponce

Marq on Ponce

Marq on Ponce offers proximity to public transportation and nightlife all in one place. With balcony with skyline views, hardwood floors, oversized closets, pet-friendly space and gated access, you can’t go wrong with one of their 330 units.

Ponce de Leon Ave, or just Ponce to locals, is the quintessential hub for nightlife in the city. Hotel Clermont has an Instagrammable rooftop bar and below, the infamous Clermont Lounge, where you might run into a celebrity or two, including Blondie. Across the street, you can grab some grub at the Local or Bookhouse and head to MJQ, an underground dancing spot, right after.

8. YOO on the Park

YOO on the Park

Designed by YOO Design Studio, YOO on the Park is as luxurious as it is convenient. The 25-story community is attached to Piedmont Park with excellent amenities like dry cleaning and laundry services, a yoga studio, an outdoor summer kitchen, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and more.

W Atlanta Midtown is only two blocks away with late-night parties hosted by DJs most weekends. The Nook on Piedmont Park, Establishment, Bar Margot and the Castle offer late-night drinks and lounge areas.

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7. Trace

Trace

Right on Midtown’s Peachtree Street, Trace offers oversized closets, vaulted ceilings, full-concierge services, a wellness center, a resort-style swimming pool and a clubhouse to entertain friends during the day. Nearby, you’ll find Piedmont Park and other trails for outdoor adventures.

For nightclubs, Bulldog Bar, the Cheetah and Kapture provide a variety of entertainment for those looking for vibrant nightlife. Escorpión offers late night drinks and Halo Lounge is only one block away for dancing and DJ-led mixes.

6. Dwell ATL

Dwell ATL

Off -campus housing Dwell ATL is in the heart of Georgia State University and downtown Atlanta at Auburn Ave. One- and two-bedroom apartments feature a dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, access to a rooftop deck and valet trash service.

Reggae dance club Royal Peacock is right across the street and the Music Room is just a quick hop away on the Atlanta Streetcar. Once on Edgewood Avenue, stop by Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium for funky decor and drinks, Georgia Beer Garden and Noni’s for late night dancing.

5. Biltmore at Midtown

Biltmore at Midtown

Housed in a recently renovated historic building, the Biltmore at Midtown offers lots of features with a convenient location. It’s pet-friendly and near MARTA, with a pool, fitness center, rooftop terrace and breakfast bar in a modern kitchen.

Only a few steps away, Halo Lounge offers cocktails and great ambiance. One block away, you have access to stand-up comedy at the Laughing Skull Lounge and Hudson Grille for sports and grub. For dancing, head to Alibi.

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4. Skyhouse Midtown

Skyhouse Midtown

With flexible leasing terms, complete with a walkable lifestyle, Skyhouse Midtown has a lot to offer. The complex features high ceilings, natural oak flooring, off-street parking, nearby public transportation, floor-to-ceiling windows and even a clubroom to entertain your friends.

Nightclubs Opera, Halo Lounge, Whiskey Peach and Truth Lounge are all within four blocks of the apartment building. If you’re looking for grub and live music, stop by Ri Ra Irish Pub, Kat’s Cafe and Apache Cafe.

3. The Byron

The Byron

Nestled between Downtown and Midtown Atlanta, The Byron offers high 10-foot exposed concrete ceilings, a renovated kitchen, complementary black car service, laundry services and more. It’s a great location with nearby public transportation to take you to work and for the weekend, lively nightlife to keep you dancing.

Catch a show at the Fox Theatre and grab a couple of beers at Publik Draft House next door after. Check out Poor Calvin’s about two blocks away for good dining and head over to the Harlem Nights nightclub or Pal’s Lounge to listen to blues performances.

2. Post Midtown

Post Midtown

This high-rise community offers great access to nearby parks, public transportation and most importantly, nightlife. Apartments come with built-in bookshelves, walk-in closets, washer and dryer and multiple floor plans to choose from.

With the stunning view of the Atlanta skyline from the Post Midtown rooftop, you’ll never want to leave the premises. But in case you do, you have plenty of nightlife to keep you and your crew entertained.

Get your dancing on at Kapture only two blocks away on Spring Street. If you’re looking for some comedy, stop by the Laughing Skull Lounge on Peachtree Street and don’t miss your favorite band playing at the Loft or Center Stage.

1. Sixty 11th

Sixty 11th

Right in the middle of all the action, Sixty 11th is walking distance to most nightlife in Midtown. The complex has multiple floor plans available between 653 and 1,679 square feet. Luxury amenities like carpeted bedrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and quartz countertops will make you feel right at home. You can pre-game at the rooftop with a grilling area, fireplaces and salt water pool.

Dance club Opera is two blocks away with Sutra Lounge, Lava Lounge and W Atlanta-Midtown if you need a change of scenery before you end your night. If you want to grab a drink, stop at the nearby Empire State South, Joe’s On Jupiter or Bulla Gastrobar just downstairs.

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Methodology

We looked at all apartments in Atlanta and rated them on the number of nightlife businesses within a half-mile radius. We used an exponentially decreasing scale based on distance from the apartment. For instance, bars located across the street from a specific property would carry more weight than those a quarter-mile away. Our counts come from commercially available business listings and may not reflect recent openings and closings.

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Muriel VegaMuriel Vega is an Atlanta-based journalist and editor who writes mostly about technology and its intersection with food and culture. She’s the managing editor of tech news publication Hypepotamus, and has contributed to The Guardian, Atlanta magazine, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, VICE and more. She spends her time eating her way through Buford Highway and exploring Atlanta's arts scene.

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