North Buckhead

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North Buckhead is a neighborhood in the Buckhead district, at the northern edge of the city of Atlanta, Georgia, and is one of Atlanta's most affluent neighborhoods.[1]

With a population of 8,270 (2010 census), it is also Atlanta's fourth most populous neighborhood, after Downtown, Midtown, and the Old Fourth Ward.[2]

It is bounded by:[3]


The area contains Lakemoore (still standing on Emma Lane), the home of Wiley L. Moore (b. 1888), president of the Wofford Oil Company of Georgia.[4]

The area became part of the city of Atlanta in 1950 and suburban development took place subsequently.[5]

The Wieuca Inn stood where the Roswell-Wieuca shopping center now stands and was torn down in 1955.[5]


North Buckhead is part of NPU B.


  1. ^ "Route 400 / Glenridge Conn", Neighborhood Scout
  2. ^ 2010 US census figures from
  3. ^ "NPU B map, City of Atlanta" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on August 13, 2011.
  4. ^ "One of the founders of modern North Buckhead".
  5. ^ a b "North Buckhead Residents Look Back to Area's Past". Buckhead, GA Patch. October 31, 2011.

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Coordinates: 33°51′55″N 84°22′08″W / 33.865252°N 84.368863°W / 33.865252; -84.368863

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