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Brookhaven is the largest and newest city in DeKalb County. Located Northeast of Atlanta and inside the perimeter of I-285, Brookhaven has a rapidly growing business sector, top-rated school options for both public and private systems including Marist, over 10 parks including Murphey Candler Park & Blackburn, unlimited shopping & dining options, and rated as one of the fastest growing zip codes in the country! Brookhaven is made up of several neighborhoods & districts including: Historic Brookhaven, Brookhaven Village, Lynwood Park, Peachtree Road, North Brookhaven, Buford Highway, Lenox Park, and Ashford Park. Please visit the various links below to learn more.
The City of Chamblee is located in Northern DeKalb County and is easily accessible from I-85 + I-285 providing convenience to downtown attractions and Stone Mountain Park. Chamblee is a progressive & vibrant international city that is full of culture, uncountable dining options, connected access with the Chamblee MARTA transit station, 6 local parks (Clairmont Park, Huntley Hills, Keswick Park, Peachtree Park, Shallowford, & Village Parks), rapid growth in the loft & townhome market, and houses the South’s largest collection of antiques!
Established in 2008, The City of Dunwoody supports the largest economic engine in the Southeast. Dunwoody is a close and vibrant community which values family life and the entrepreneurial spirit. It supports and nurtures a community dedicated to the preservation of family, education, and environment. With more than 170 acres of green space Dunwoody residents, of all ages, can enjoy the many activities found in any one of the cities 7 major parks.
The City of Buckhead is a affluent uptown district of Atlanta in Fulton County. Buckhead is a major commercial and financial center of the Southeast and the third largest business district in Atlanta, behind only downtown and midtown. The district’s high rise office buildings, high end hotels, and condominiums form a highly urbanized core along Peachtree Road. Surrounding this dense core are Buckhead’s residential neighborhoods, which feature large single-family homes situated among dense forests and rolling hills.
Established in 2012 as Gwinnett Counties 16th city, Peachtree Corners, boast over 40,000 residents making it the largest in the county. The City is a northern suburb of Atlanta situated on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, is located east of Dunwoody and south of Johns Creek. Peachtree Corners is the only one of Atlanta’s northern suburbs that was developed as a planned community. Peachtree Corners is home to a number of top tier hotels, restaurants, and upscale shopping options. Outdoors, you can enjoy a variety of activities at one of the many parks including two Chattahoochee River National Recreation Areas.
Sandy Springs is Georgia’s sixth largest city and the second largest city in the metropolitan Atlanta area. Sandy Springs is a suburban district in northern Fulton County. The City enjoys and expresses a traditional Southern charm, while also catering to its business-minded residents with one of the most innovative systems of service delivery in the country. Sandy Springs is home to almost 100,000 residents and is a corporate home to a robust business community. World renown for its pioneering Public-Private-Partnership model of local governance, the City is at the center of the Atlanta-Metro area’s business district.
Smyrna is located about 10 miles northwest of Atlanta, Georgia and is considered an integral part of the Metro Atlanta area. Known as the “Jonquil City,” it derives this name from the thousands of jonquils that flourish in gardens and along the streets in early spring.
- Revitalized and active downtown area includes a library, community center, retail development and mixed-use development, city hall and charming homes
- Charming neighborhoods with a vast array of amenities for residents and businesses
- Parks, jogging trails, pools, lighted tennis courts, public golf courses and much more
- Day camps, sports and recreational activities for children to seniors
- Summer concerts and family events downtown
- Winner of the prestigious Urban Land Institute’s Award of Excellence
- Just a 15-minute drive from downtown Atlanta, yet free of the congestion
More than 50,000 residents call Smyrna home, and this area of Cobb County continues to be attractive for residential development. Smyrna’s demographic profile shows its residents are younger and have a higher per capita income as compared with the Atlanta MSA. Our neighborhoods are diverse in style and are doubly enriched with diversity and community spirit. Our location near the Cumberland – Galleria employment center continues to draw residents and businesses to our community.
Cobb County, specifically East Cobb is a popular family mecca known for its top rated schools and low taxes. It has the lowest crime rate of all counties in Georgia and is easily accessable to the major interstates. With a population around 750,000, Cobb County, is the fourth-most populous county in Georgia. East Cobb County School District contains some of the most sought after educational programs in the country including award winning High Schools (Walton, Pope, and Lassiter just to name a few).
East Cobb offers tons of family fun including, ice skating, youth sports, shopping, dining, parks and more. Whether you are looking for a place to play or a place to just relax and enjoy nature, we have something for you. There are 18 parks maintained by the City including the Silver Comet Trail (A scenic 12.8 mile multi-use paved trail that begins in Smyrna and travels west through southern parts of the county) and several Chattahoochee National Recreational Areas.
If shopping and dining are your thing, East Cobb, offers limitless options! Merchants Walk is sure to please everyone with its pedestrian friendly environment and over 353,000 square feet of shopping and dining. The Avenue in East Cobb is a shopper’s paradise in an outdoor setting filled with high-end restaurants and retail options to fill your hearts content.
Residents are thrilled to no longer have to endure long drive times and traffic for their healthcare needs. WellStar East Cobb Health Park, opened in September 2014. The three-story, 162,000 square foot development, offers comprehensive medical services.
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The City of Decatur offers a traditional small-town atmosphere–and the sophistication and excitement of a college town–along with all the benefits of living in a major metropolitan area. Take a stroll through Decatur and see how friendly neighbors, tree-lined streets, great schools, parks and playing fields, libraries, colleges, and businesses all make our town a wonderful place to spend some time. We’re just minutes east of downtown Atlanta, minutes west of Stone Mountain, and the MARTA rail station is right under our downtown square, so getting here is a breeze.
Named after Stephen Decatur, a 19th century U.S. Naval hero, Decatur retains a strong connection to its history, while preparing for the future with managed growth and responsible development. Decatur maintains its own identity while forging bonds with other communities locally, nationally and internationally.
Alpharetta truly has it all. A unique blend of excellent schools, incredible job opportunities, great shopping, cultural events, and abundant green space. It’s no wonder Alpharetta is one of the hottest markets in both commercial and residential real estate. Whether you’re new to Alpharetta or a lifelong resident, there’s just so much to discover in this beautiful and vibrant Southern city. Through all of its progress, the city has kept its down-to-earth character. Which may be why people who live here usually stay here. And why there’s always something new and exciting happening.
Alpharetta is one of the fastest growing communities in the South. Its environment is considered ideal for raising families and living a quality lifestyle free from the problems found in so many similar sized cities.
North of Atlanta, Alpharetta offers five distinct shopping districts, chef-driven and locally owned eateries, one-of-a-kind attractions like the American Girl Boutique and Bistro and more than 750 acres of parkland including three arboretums. Catch a show at the 12,000 seat Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre or at one of the city’s intimate concert venues. After your adventure, rest easy in one of Alpharetta’s 23 upscale and modern hotels.
There is a reason they call Alpharetta the “Technology City of the South.” With over 900 technology companies in the greater Alpharetta area, we’re sure you will think so too.
Developed in the early 1900’s, Virginia-Highland, or “VaHi” as it is known by local residents, consists of four distinct commercial “villages” connected by short, walkable blocks lined with charming bungalow homes. The neighborhood’s name derives from the intersection of Virginia and Highland Avenues and has the feel of a small town within the heart of the city. Locals and tourists alike mingle for brunch at charming sidewalk cafes, meals and drinks on comfortable patios and terraces, and cocktails at lively night spots. Discovering the unexpected is part of the attraction where you may find world- famous musical entertainment at a tiny nightclub, a viewing party at a recording studio, or a gathering of fascinating people at one of the area coffeehouses. Virginia-Highland is acclaimed for its diverse and unique shopping. Trend-setting apparel, local and global art and decor, whimsical and modern decorative accessories, natural linens, gourmet food, fine woodworking and gardening tools, unusual fresh flowers, unique contemporary, antique or traditional furniture, – all are just a few of the extensive retail offerings. A place to relax and unwind, Virginia-Highland also caters to those seeking solace in the city. Full-service day spas, fashionable salons, yoga studios, gelato and dessert spots, and hidden gems entice visitors and residents alike to embrace a slower pace and settle into a VaHi state of mind.
Big city life. Neighborhood feel.
Midtown has one of the fastest-growing residential populations in the city, with more than 30,000 new arrivals in the last decade, and many more on the way. Choices range from homes in traditional neighborhoods, to apartments, lofts and hi-rises with spectacular views of the city – giving you the best of both worlds. No wonder new residential projects continue to break ground, fueling more growth in the Midtown community.
No where else but Midtown can you walk to 150+ restaurants, 230 acres of parks and greenspace, world class arts and attractions, shopping, events and festivals, and much more.
Centrally located, Midtown is also within easy striking distance of most major attractions in the City. And getting around is a snap. In addition to the city’s most walkable environment, Midtown serves cyclists with eight miles of bike lanes, easy accessibility by car, and one of the most robust transit systems in the Southeast.
Midtown offers a wide choice of housing options, from “vertical neighborhoods” — new hi-rise condos and apartments to historic and established neighborhoods. The number of residents in the center of Midtown has more than doubled in the last 10 years, and Midtown continues to be a thriving location of choice for in-town living.
Atlanta is the cultural and economic center of the Atlanta metropolitan area, home to 5,522,942 people and the ninth largest metropolitan area in the United States. Atlanta is the county seat of Fulton County, and a small portion of the city extends eastward into DeKalb County.
The cultural center for the state, Atlanta houses several arts venues and attractions, including the Atlanta Ballet, the High Museum of Art, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center and Zoo Atlanta. Atlanta also serves as home to several professional and collegiate sporting clubs, such as the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta Hawks.
Every year, well-known festivals and parades, like the Dogwood Festival and the National Black Arts Festival, attract local residents to parks and restaurants around the city.
Also an intellectual center of the state, the metro-Atlanta area is home to a number of nationally-recognized colleges, technical schools, and universities, among which are Clark Atlanta University, Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, Morehouse College, Morris Brown College, Oglethorpe University, Savannah College of Art & Design, and Spelman College.
The Downtown residential market is growing everyday. Downtown Atlanta offers many housing options with the hottest market for lofts and condominiums located throughout Downtown in both new and renovated buildings.
Inman Park is regarded as a highly desirable in-town neighborhood. Built up as it was over decades, the neighborhood housing now ranges from tiny mill town shotguns to the Victorian mansions of the original development, intermixed with bungalows of all sizes built during the first three decades of the 20th century. Since the beginning of its renewal, inclusivity and a strong sense of community have distinguished Inman Park.
Biking through Inman Park on a warm spring day is a blissfully sensory experience. As you pedal, lush canopies of trees shade you from above. Meandering streets wend you through a neighborhood that features scores of charming, Victorian-style homes. Everywhere you look, there are plants and flowers; your bike might now be bouncing a little because you’ve just turned down a cobblestone lane. You’ll wave to residents walking dogs, pushing strollers and enjoying the weather.
Such is the peace garnered from visiting this unique area of town, located minutes from downtown. Established in 1912, Inman Park is Atlanta’s first planned garden suburb, and it is evident that, from the very beginning, great attention was paid to the design of the parks and care for the trees, which are part of the very fabric of the neighborhood.
Once you find yourself on Highland Avenue, the scene will change from residential to a thriving shopping and dining district, dotted with bakeries, yoga studios, restaurants, boutiques, business centers, lofts and more. From here, you can grab a bite to eat or a quick brew, pop into some shops and hop on the Freedom Parkway PATH trail or the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine.
The character of the neighborhood is proudly displayed in the public spaces of Inman Park, including the large mural of the Inman Park butterfly, visible from the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail.
Every April, mark your calendar for the Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes, which is a fun three-day jaunt through the character and personality of this neighborhood.