Established around the same time period as Grant Park, Inman Park, and Druid Hills to address the needs of a growing Atlanta, Edgewood's homes and lots sizes were smaller in comparison due mainly to the lack of public trolley transportation enjoyed by other neighborhoods. Located north of I-20 East and East Atlanta, Edgewood is a thriving neighborhood anchored by the successful Edgewood Retail District which broke ground in 2005. Residents also have access to two MARTA rail stations - Inman Park/Reynoldstown and Edgewood/Candler Park. With the onset of the commercial development followed homes which were renovated or torn down to make way for new construction. Making the most of the past and present is the Organized Neighborhoods of Edgewood who come together to tackle the issues facing any urban neighborhood while promoting a strong sense of community.