Carver Village is the most recent neighborhood to become a National Register Historic District, receiving its designation in January 2019. The neighborhood was established in 1948 and is named for George Washington Carver, the famous 20th century agriculturalist, scientist and inventor. Built to provide affordable housing for African Americans, Carver Village was home to many active military and veterans. The district contains more than 500 houses, churches, buildings, and sites, and is bordered by West Gwinnett to the north, Blun Avenue to the south, Endly Street and Collat Avenue to the west and Allen Avenue to the east.