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The city of Atlanta, GA has a population of 456,378 and a population density of 3,420 people per square mile. There are a total of 0 Atlanta, GA neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Candler Park and the largest neighhorhood by population is Buckhead. The Atlanta, GA neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

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Some Top Rated Neighborhoods In Atlanta, GA

Buck head, Midtown and Virginia Highlands are three neighborhoods that have been tucked into the heart of the city of Atlanta. You are not far from downtown when you visit any one of the three, and they are filled with young people who love the city life. This article explains how each of the three neighborhoods offers a lovely living experience in the city. There are many people who come to the city of Atlanta specifically to live in these three areas, and you will find each of them to be quite a lot of fun. Consider which one works best for you when you begin your hunt for a place to live.

Buckhead

Buckhead is the shopping and dining Mecca in the city that hosts two luxury shopping malls, some of the largest hotels in all of the southeast and the area sits just aside the downtown of the city. You may work in downtown, walk to the Buckhead area in seconds, or you may choose to live in Buckhead because it is so close to downtown. There are quite a few people who live in Buckhead because they may walk to everything in seconds, and they will be in the heart of the action.

Midtown

Midtown is an area that is just next to Buckhead, but it is a bit more closed in. There is no large shopping mall, but you will find a number of restaurants in the area that help fill up the space with activity. You may find a lovely home in Midtown as the streets and blocks start to open up, and you will find that you may live here in a quieter place than you would find if you were to stay in Buckhead. You may move into Midtown if you have children, or you may move into a multiuse complex that has become one of the mainstays of the area.

Virginia Highlands

The Highlands are not called the Virginia Highlands by anyone who lives in the city. You would ask a local how to get to the Highlands, and they will show you a place that is just off the highway. It falls behind the city, but you will see the Atlanta skyline from anywhere in the neighborhood. There are beautiful old homes that sit near some modern apartment complexes that you may wish to move into. There is a bit of open air, and you will find a number of lovely eateries to walk to from your home. You are a bit farther from the city, but it is a hidden gem that will keep you safe from the hustle and bustle of the city.