Oakhurst Village is a rapidly redeveloping business district located near Agnes Scott College. The business district radiates out from the historic Scottish Rite Children's Hospital. Designed by Neel Reid in 1919, this was the first Scottish Rite Hospital in the country and operated until the 1970s. It was empty for the next three decades but has now been resurrected as a community center and home to a variety of businesses. The rest of Oakhurst Village is clustered at the intersections of East Lake Drive, Oakhurst Road, Mead Road, and West Hill Street. There's an eclectic assortment of shops and services as well as a growing number of restaurants and cafes.
Parking at each individual establishment is relatively limited, but there larger lots at 8, 9 and 10 on the diagram as well as ample street parking within an easy walk. There are multiple MARTA bus stops in the area as well, with service by the following routes: 18 - South Decatur (connects with Decatur rail station), and 24 - Belvedere (connects with East Lake rail station).
Oakhurst Village is located at the intersection of East Lake Drive and Oakhurst Road. From Decatur, take South McDonough Street to Oakview Road or College Avenue to Mead Road. From Downtown or Midtown, take Ponce de Leon Avenue east to East Lake Drive. From East Atlanta or Kirkwood, take Hosea L. Williams Drive to Oakview Road.