• Jordan Mitchell, Erin Ave.

    An outdoors enthusiast and self-professed minimalist (no TV, internet or microwave!), Jordan moved to our neighborhood three years ago in search of an urban base camp close to downtown/midtown where he works in communications. “I had just a few criteria that really narrowed down my search for a homestead,” recalls Mitchell. “I wanted an affordable older home within walking distance to MARTA. Capitol View showed up in my searches and I bought a cottage shortly thereafter.”

    During the three years Jordan has lived in his CV home, he’s put in custom lighting throughout, brought the hardwoods back to life and painted the interior with some great colors (thanks to a color-savvy neighbor). When’s he not home watching TV, well, wait…he doesn’t have a TV—scratch that. For fun, Jordan enjoys bouldering, hiking, camping and growing figs, peppers and tomatoes in his garden. Say hey the next time you see Jordan walking towards the Oakland City MARTA station.

    Best-kept secret in our ‘hood? The Southwest auction…shhhh.
    You’ve got to check out:
    Nicky’s Seafood at Metropolitan and Whitehall—fresh, delicious, always a fun visit.
    It would be great to see:
    A small place like Little’s in Cabbagetown. They sell convenience items and cook hot fresh food that’s served up at a bar.
    Capitol View is the kind of place:
    that is what you make of it.

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