Ranked in the 18th percentile


  • Atlanta is ranked #461 in Georgia
  • Atlanta is ranked #23,815 in the USA
  • Lots of Local Amenities
  • Sunny Weather
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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Atlanta, GA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Candler Park, Atlanta823.58,095
Buckhead, Atlanta811.478,972
Poncey-Highland, Atlanta802.32,726
Atlanta-Inman Park, Atlanta791.94,329
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Virginia-Highland, Atlanta783.113,359
Morningside-Lenox Park, Atlanta774.69,822
Midtown, Atlanta752.521,550
Home Park, Atlanta753.111,414

Best Cities Near Atlanta, GA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Johns Creek, GA8722.382,930
Peachtree City, GA8526.834,988
Brookhaven, GA848.551,567
Vinings, GA84911,816
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Alpharetta, GA8423.163,013
Peachtree Corners, GA831841,268
Avondale Estates, GA837.23,095
Suwanee, GA8327.818,001
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Great City to live, play, and work.

Compared to my hometown of Jacksonville, Florida, Atlanta has been the BEST city to live in. I left Jacksonville back in Jan of 09 when i was just about to turn 25 and moved to Atlanta. Its now 01/24/2017 and Atlanta still continues to make impressive progress on all genres of city living. From Jobs, to recreational events, entertainment, living and so on, Atlanta is on Point. Yes of course there are con's to this city, but what city doesn't? Compare Atlanta to most cities specially in the South, and deep south east, Atlanta is my opinion is a two tier city just a step behind major cities like NYC, Chicago and DC. SInce Mayor Reed took over back in 09, the city matured. Corruption is diminished a lot, and neighborhoods are finally getting revamped left and right. Most cities these days you hear locals talking about their neighborhoods how they are up and coming and when you come back and visit these neighborhoods years later you'll see that nothing has changed, and if even if it did it would result in the construction of a few homes or a apartment complex. In Atlanta and surrounding suburbs is not the case. Up and coming has true meaning here. Almost every neighborhood in this city, from neighborhoods that have industrial warehouses, or older left out communities, to section 8 housing are all being revamped. Most industrial neighborhoods like West Midtown and the Upper Westside are not either warehouses converted into luxurious shoppes, or lofts, or have been replaced with upscale condo's and parks. I live in the Bolton Community which ten years ago living here you would have thought you were in the West End or Bankhead. Not anymore. Old houses are either being remodeled heavily, or being torn down and new homes being built. Home prices are getting high. Compared to most cities now like Jacksonville Florida, if you live in Atlanta during the recession back in 07 chances now your home is now worth more than it was in 07. Jacksonville on the other hand are still behind. My parents in Oakleaf are still well under in value than what they paid for back in 03. Midtown is booming, sidewalks, roads, infrastructure are improving, and fast, and parks are being revamped and/or created everywhere. Yes Marta could be better, and yes there are still lots of improvements left to do, but if all you can do is see more negative and not see how far the city has come since 2007, than you naive, and close minded. This city has much to offer and even outside of it is even more spectacular. North Ga mountains are with-in an hour or two reach from the city, and the surrounding suburbs/cities around Atlanta are all jumping on board with revamping their towns, and jumping on board with Change. If you are moving to Atlanta, and are looking for a good JOB, with more than just clubs, and a bar, than Atlanta has a LOT to offer. Movie, and Music industry is insane now in this state and specially in this city. Fine dinning, arts, board way shows off the ying yang, and events are constantly scheduled. and not seasonally, or monthly, but daily. Downtown is now on the move to be the best places to live in, as Midtown is just about built up.
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What are some "off the beaten track" things to do in Atlanta? I know there's lots to do in ATL. I could check out: A Falcons/Thrashers/Hawks/Braves game, The Atlanta Botanical Gardens, The Museum of Natural History, The Georgia Aquarium etc. These are all great things, and I hope I could fit them all in. But I'm wondering if there are any other things that are "off the beaten track" that only locals know about and would recommend visiting?
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Source: The Atlanta, GA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).