Buckhead Village


At A Glance

From the St. Regis Hotel and Residences to the exclusive new shopping district, Buckhead Atlanta, Buckhead Village is experiencing exponential growth. It is the place to be with exceptional restaurants and shopping, catering to the most affluent clientele in the city. Recent land prices have topped $10 million per acre as developers vie for the coveted consumers for whom this neighborhood is a daily crossroads. Visitors and locals alike come to shop, experience casual and fine dining, and visit the Atlanta History Center. Buckhead Village is a top Atlanta destination for residents of other communities, but for Buckhead residents, the village is simply part of their daily routine.

Buckhead Village is home to the king of all Buckhead condos, the St. Regis Residences, as well as the up-and-coming new single-family and townhome development, 99 E. Andrews, adjacent to the Andrews Entertainment District. There are many mid- and high-rise condo options up and down Peachtree Street. Huge homes just a block away along West Paces Ferry and Valley offer the best of both worlds. High rise and multi-family communities line Peachtree Road, including Ovation, Paces 325, Mathieson Exchange Lofts, Buckhead Village Lofts, and the St. Regis. Gallery and 2828 Peachtree are within blocks. All offer popular amenities – 24 hour concierge, swimming pool, fitness center, and more, but the biggest draw is just being in the village.

What We Love

Today, Buckhead Village is the heart of Buckhead’s thriving shopping, culture, and culinary scene.

What We Don’t

Expect road delays because of the continual construction as the Buckhead Village experiences meteoric growth and development.

Real Estate

Condo prices start at $300,000 and go up to over $5 million. Single-family homes start at $2 million.

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Buckhead Village is THE heart of Buckhead. West Paces Ferry Road, Peachtree Road and Roswell Road all converge in Buckhead Village.

Zip Code: 30305 Schools: Brandon Elementary, Sutton Middle, and North Atlanta High 

Around The Block

Whether stocking up on groceries at Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s or Lucy’s Market, dining at Lobster Bar, or selecting a custom flower arrangement at Boxwoods, you will find many well-known neighborhood fixtures here. Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza are just up Peachtree Road, where the high-rise office towers and condos are also located. Ga. 400 access is also nearby, taking you to anywhere you want to go! If you’re looking for a low-maintenance lifestyle with a variety of social and cultural activities steps away from your front door, explore Buckhead Village.

Buckhead-Village-Atlanta-GA.jpg Buckhead Whole Foods Market is a central spot, especially Sundays after church, when families gather in preparation for the week ahead. Side note: Try their free personal shopping! Right across the street, the St. Regis comes into view.

The St. Regis is a central Buckhead Village landmark. Come for an elegant tea any time of year, or experience the rooftop ice skating during the holidays!


Down the street, the restored 2,500-seat Buckhead Theatre is a popular music and theatrical venue. Originally opened in 1931, it is a true Buckhead Village landmark.
Buckhead-Village-Atlanta-GA.jpgBuckhead-Village-Atlanta-GA.jpgCharlie Loudermilk’s statue gives a “Thumbs Up” while looking over the park and Buckhead Theatre. Charlie is a successful businessman who grew up sneaking in to see movies in the old Buckhead Theatre, which he recently purchased, restored and re-opened for local events. He also donated the park that bears his name at the very intersection where Buckhead began.
shops-at-buckhead-atlantaThe Shops Buckhead Atlanta is an unparalleled shopping and dining haven… featuring some of Atlanta’s most popular destinations.


Paces Drive is a lovely stretch of homes transformed into shops, restaurants, and even hair salons.


Boxwoods Home is a Buckhead housewife’s dream. The decor is timeless, and many locals gift with their lovely custom flower arrangements.