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Ormewood Park was initially developed in 1892, when a 100-acre plot was subdivided by Samuel W. Goode and Company and put on the market for sale. After World War I there was a construction boom. There are even prefabricated and catalog homes from this era that survive to this day. In 1922, the City of Atlanta annexed the area and construction of Anne E. West Elementary School, located in the heart of Ormewood Park, began around that time. Anne E. West’s classic building got a new life, new name, and new mission this century: it is home for the middle school campus of the Neighborhood Charter School, which serves both the Grant Park and Ormewood Park neighborhoods.
Another period of growth took place after World War II. The wood sided cottages that are scattered between the older Victorian and Craftsman homes are typical of this era. During the late 1950s and early 1960s a number of brick ranch style homes appeared.
The neighborhood experienced a period of decline until the 1990s, when it began gentrifying.
In the 2000s, Ormewood Park experienced a notable increase in renovations and new housing stock as the surrounding areas improved and supporting retail and commercial centers were developed. In 2003, the northwest corner of the neighborhood was redeveloped as Glenwood Park, with townhomes, single-family homes, and big box retail establishments.
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|Average value of the dwelling in which household lives||$193,588|
|Avg. years a household has lived in dwelling.||16 years|
This part contains all educational institutions in Ormewood Park.
School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Dekalb Elementary School of The Arts 678-874-1302 Public KG-7 Burgess-Peterson Academy 404-802-3400 Public PK-5 Imagine Wesley International Academy Charter Facility 678-904-9137 Public KG-8 Meadowview Elementary School 678-874-5302 Public PK-5 Mohammed Schools of Atlanta Not Available Private PK-12 Braddy Preparatory Academy Not Available Private 3-12 Johnson's Learning Center Not Available Private KG-3
School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Dekalb Elementary School of The Arts 678-874-1302 Public KG-7 Atlanta Charter Middle School 678-904-0051 Public 6-8 Imagine Wesley International Academy Charter Facility 678-904-9137 Public KG-8 Ronald E. McNair High School 678-874-4902 Public 9-12 Mohammed Schools of Atlanta Not Available Private PK-12 Braddy Preparatory Academy Not Available Private 3-12
School Name Phone Type Grades Rating The Best Academy at Benjamin S. Carson High School 404-802-4944 Public 9-12 Ronald E. McNair High School 678-874-4902 Public 9-12 Mohammed Schools of Atlanta Not Available Private PK-12 Braddy Preparatory Academy Not Available Private 3-12
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