North Buckhead is a neighborhood in the Buckhead Community, at the northern edge of the city of Atlanta, Georgia and is one of Atlanta's most affluent neighborhoods.
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.
It is bounded by:
The area contains Lakemoore (still standing on Emma Drive), the home of Wiley L. Moore (b. 1888), president of the Wofford Oil Company of Georgia.
The area became part of the city of Atlanta in 1950 and suburban development took place subsequently.
The Wieuca Inn stood where the Roswell-Wieuca shopping center now stands and was torn down in 1955.
North Buckhead is part of NPU B.
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