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Bringing Families Together in Historic Vine City

Quest Legacy Homes will soon provide 12 new modular homes for Westside families in Historic Vine City.

A large gap in homeownership is evident in Atlanta's Vine City community. The homeownership rate among White householders is 73.7%. In contrast, the homeownership rate among Black householders is 47.5%.

Vine City Stats:

o Population: 4,486

o Median household income: $31,103

o Median age: 30

o Race: 4.1% White, 89.9% Black, 1.3% Asian, 2% Hispanic or Latino

o Unemployment rate: 8.5%

o Poverty rate: 41.8%

o Median home value (of owner-occupied units): $138,043

o Percent of rental units: 85.1%

o Percent of owner-occupied units 14.9%

o Percent of rents above $1,000: 39.8%

Quest Legacy Homes @ Historic Vine City


28x54, 3 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom - 1,476 (under roof), 1,312 sq. ft (heated/cooled)

COTTAGE – ORLEANS 28x54, 3 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom - 1,476 (under roof), 1,312 sq. ft (heated/cooled)

2-STORY – RUSSELL 15x50, 3 Bedroom / 2.5 Bathroom - 1423 (under roof), 1305 sq. ft (heated/cooled)

History of Vine City

Located west of Mercedes-Benz Stadium and

Northside Drive, Vine City originated in the 1800s

along the headwaters of Proctor Creek as a

working community around a large plant nursery


Some notable figures, including Julian Bond,

Maynard Jackson, Martin Luther King Jr., and Mrs.

Coretta Scott-KIng, living in the historic Black


Vine City has experienced poverty, blight, and

crime for years as part of an area called "The

Bluff." But the city hopes to revitalize the area to

attract new neighbors and private development

while retaining longtime legacy residents.

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