3140 Moreland Ave.
Conley, GA 30288
Phone: (404) 363-6960
Fax: (404) 363-6961
Atlanta Exposition Centers comprises of two facilities that are ideal to host trade shows, corporate events and exhibitions. The unit in the north is provides 161,000 square feet (14957.38 square meters) of space, while the other one, located barely 2 minutes away to the south of Interstate 285, offers 205,000 square feet (19045.12 square meters) of event area. The facilities and space provided make for comfortable and hassle free shows.
Georgia State University Baseball Complex was built in 1986. Since then it has been the home ground of Georgia State Panthers baseball team. With a seating capacity of 1092, this venue can also be rented for private events. Call ahead for more information.
Georgia Regional Hospital - Atlanta is a 306 bed center catering to psychologically ill patients. A public hospital it has three major specialties that is focuses on namely the adult mental health, forensic science and developmental disabilities along with training of nurses.
Cafe of Life Chiropractic Center is a holistic facility that uses therapy and guidance to solve health issues. It offers massage and acupuncture to cure muscle pain and soothe frayed nerves. A peaceful setting and helpful staff greet you and make you feel at home as they guide you about your ailments. Cafe of Life Chiropractic Center also offers a body-cleansing remedy using nutritional food to rid the body of toxic wastes.
In order to prevent muscle fatigue caused by strenuous over-work, Absolute Body Symetry Gym offers a wide variety of fitness equipment so that the body can break the monotony of regular workouts. Alternate with zumba, kettlebells, pilates, dumbbells and other equipment. The qualified trainers guide members and help them enjoy the process of staying fit.
In 2008 Pastor Luke S. Hall received a message from God telling him to form a church and a year later this vision was realized. Pastor Hall along with nine members founded the New Vision Christian Church in 2009. Since then the church has grown to house a large congregation of more than 350 members. The aim of the church is to spread Christian principles to the community and work for its development. Apart from weekly services, sermons and ministries, social outreach is an important part of the New Vision Christian Church.
Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School provides a holistic learning environment to its students. It aims to bring them up as empowered individuals with a zeal for perfection. Named after Dr. Martin Luther King Junior, it is located quite close to his birth place.
Rhema Christian Fellowship Church was founded in 2002. With humble beginnings, it has matured into an important gathering place for locals who find solace within its precincts. It preaches the path of God and His teaches in a simple manner. It actively participates in major events and drives to help the community, supporting causes like breast cancer awareness.
WonderRoot is all about creativity and art. It provides artistes with a platform to showcase their talents and impart the essence of their creative insights to the society. This is done by means of getting the artistes to interact with the community and organize a range of sessions, workshops and the like to educate the masses. This non-profit association of artistes also aims to promote other deserving artistes and, so, WonderRoot is home to a large number of cultural events: music performances, art exhibits, photography shows among other things. The idea is to bring about a communal change through the medium of art in all its forms. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
Alumni of Decatur's Wadsworth Elementary School, came together to form the Greenforest Community Baptist Church in 1958. The early church was established on the school grounds itself. With Reverend McCalep at the helm, work on establishing a new church began in 1989, and a few years later, members of the Greenforest Community Baptist Church could boast of a beautiful 94-acre (38.04-hectare) property on Rainbow Drive. Regular weekly services, youth meets and activities, Sunday school and events inculcating Christian principles are conducted here.
Part of Fulton Country Schools, Tri-Cities High School sits in a sprawling campus close to the Harris Park. Besides a comprehensive academic curriculum, the school offers top-notch athletic and other extracurricular programs for all-round development of the students. Check website for more.
Bordering Cabbagetown and Inman Park on one side and bounded by Pearl Street the Reynoldstown neighborhood of Atlanta is an in-town locality known for its artist community and modern, urban amenities. Probably named after the Reynolds family, the first ex-slaves to move here, most of the place was built in 1865. Incorporated as a part of the city in 1909, the neighborhood thrived and flourished in the 1950s. As of now, it is home to many important businesses and private residences which have caused the escalating of realty prices here.