Metropolitan Parkway (Atlanta)
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Once it reaches Hapeville, it is called Dogwood Street, and it ends at Central Avenue. US 19/US 41/SR 3 continues east down Central Avenue.
Metropolitan Parkway was once known as "Stewart Avenue", after one of the street's first inhabitants Andrew P. Stewart. The name was changed because of the area's red-light district reputation, especially for prostitution activity in motels. Despite the name change, prostitution remains a problem in the area.
Town and Country Hotel Courts, Metropolitan Parkway, Perkerson neighborhood, Atlanta
Former Capitol View Baptist Church on Metropolitan Parkway, Capitol View Manor neighborhood, Atlanta]
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