Yes. The majority of new residents are young professionals. In the last 5+ years the area has experienced a major shift of new residents moving from the suburbs to this intown location. Atlanta intown neighborhoods are generally just a few blocks before they change names, so I tend to think of them as a whole. Edgewood is near Kirkwood, Reynoldstown, Inman Park, Glenwood Park, Candler Park, Grant Park, East Atlanta and Cabbagetown. Each neighborhood has it's own history and character, so check them all out. Each neighborhood has safe, clean parks. I live in Reynoldstown, and walk my dogs to parks in Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown. I ride my bike through all the nearby neighborhoods and have never had a problem. A good sign of the positive changes in these neighborhoods is the influx of new resteraunts. My girlfriend and I walk to one of the area resteraunts every Friday. Including; Redfish and Stella in Grant Park, The Depot in Reynoldstown, Zaya, The Grape, Rathbun's, The Krog Bar, and Friti Friti in Inman Park, Shaun's in Candler Park, Agave, Carroll St Cafe in Cabbagetown, Vickery's and Shed in Glenwood Park, etc. I'm sure I missed some new resteraunts in the area, but these are the one's that we have walked to. Please note that these are intown neighborhoods with a diverse socioeconomic population. I have never had a problem with crime, but this is not an idealic suburban/rural community where you can leave your doors unlocked. If you feel comfortable around all types of people and enjoy parks, walkable sidewalks, a neighborhood where many people ride their bikes and vespa's, and an up and coming feel. You will be right at home.