Living in a big city isn’t for you? Choose a neighborhood in the suburbs that will charm you with its This area will charm you with green and flower-filled landscapes. A perfect place if you want to escape the noises of the city and put down the roots somewhere tranquil.
Find a neighborhood that's a fantastic place to raise your children - a tight-knitted community that feels like home from day one. There are pockets and communities in the Metro Atlanta area where you still have a small-town feeling just outside of a major metropolitan area.
Younger and older, it’s impossible to point out a single group you’ll find in the suburbs.
The suburbs in Metro Atlanta, especially the ones surrounding the city of Atlanta are places where most Atlanta natives still call home. Homes in these areas, now called mid-century modern, have been in their families for generations. Move into these areas if you want to feel the area culture and history. Neighbors still look out for one another in these tight-knit communities.
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Ponce City Market
Atlanta is all about revitalization. Take Ponce City Market for example. Once the property was used and owned by Sears as a catalog facility. In May of 1990, the City of Atlanta purchased the building and turned it into City Hall East to house police officers and other city employees. but closed its doors in March of 2010.
In 2011, a private equity firm named Jamestown purchased the building for $27M for the redevelopment that it is today. If you're new to the city or need a place to hang out after a long day at work, check out Ponce City Market.