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Atlanta Real Estate and Atlanta Relocation
Welcome to the busy metropolitan city Atlanta, capital of Georgia and the ninth most populated city in the U.S. Atlanta real estate is world-renowned for its access to parks, sports teams, shopping, museums, fine restaurants, entertainment, and much more. As the county seat of Georgia's Fulton County, the city is home to an inner city population of over 470,000, and a surrounding area population including well over five million residents.

Sitting atop a ridge just south of the Chattahoochee River, Atlanta is divided and subdivided into an intricate network of districts and neighborhoods. The neighborhoods each hold their own unique characteristics, while maintaining the Southern charm and flair, indicative of the great city of Atlanta. Much to the residents' delight, the attractions and amenities that the city offers are fairly evenly distributed among the many neighborhoods.

Today, the Atlanta real estate market is experiencing marked growth, and Atlanta relocation is becoming increasingly popular among families, retirees, and anyone who is looking for affordable and enjoyable city living. From high-end shopping in Atlanta's Buckhead district to the fine dining in Virginia Highlands, to hip clubbing in Little Five Points, each of Atlanta's districts has so much to offer.

For more information on Atlanta real estate and assistance with your Atlanta relocation, contact Atlanta real estate agent Noel Arnold of Arnold Realty at (404) 849-4032 today.

The Surrounding Area of Atlanta

The outer area of Atlanta is referred to as the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta metropolitan area. Comprised of 28 Georgia counties, the metropolitan area is the ninth largest in the United States, and home to more than five million people. Atlanta is undergoing rapid urban sprawl, remarkable economic development, and impressive growth. In the last decade alone, more than 1.1 million new residents made their home in the metropolis of Atlanta.

The population of the Atlanta region is spread across a total geographic area of 8,376 square miles. The state of Georgia contains more counties than any other state east of the Mississippi River, and there are approximately 140 cities and towns in the 28-county metropolitan area of Atlanta, which provides an extensive array of Atlanta homes for sale.

The closest suburbs featuring Atlanta, GA properties are located in DeKalb County, Clayton County, Fulton County, Douglas County, and Cobb County. Cobb County real estate is on the rise, and the region is home to a steadily growing population of more than 663,000 residents, according to 2005 U.S. Census reports. Cobb County relocation is very popular among a wide range of people including young professionals and families.

For more information on Atlanta real estate, including Atlanta condominiums for sale as well as available properties in the surrounding counties, contact Atlanta real estate agent Noel Arnold at (404) 849-4032 today.

A Beautiful and Growing City

Atlanta boasts two outstanding and distinct skylines, largely comprised of high-rise buildings and structures representative of both the modern and postmodern era. The Bank of America Plaza is the tallest landmark of the city and the 24th-tallest building in the world, towering an impressive 1,023 feet high.

The first skyline is the central business district of Atlanta, which is mainly centered around the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel. The Westin Peachtree Plaza hotel was at one time the tallest building in Atlanta (prior to construction of the Bank of America Plaza). The central business district also includes 191 Peachtree Tower, SunTrust Plaza, Georgia-Pacific Tower, and several smaller buildings that make up Peachtree Center. The second skyline is that of Midtown Atlanta, an area farther north of the city. Midtown Atlanta is a neighborhood that has established itself as the main center of commercial development. Often called the "city of trees" or the "city in a forest," the Atlanta skyline gives way to a canopy of woods that extends well into the suburbs, providing another benefit of owning Atlanta real estate.

In addition to the rapid growth of Atlanta real estate, the business economy of the city is thriving as well. Atlanta's 1180 Peachtree building, located in Midtown, opened in 2006 and was awarded a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Award from the U.S. Green Building Council. The year 2006 was a banner year for Atlanta real estate, when more than 60 new high rise buildings were erected, and a plan was set in motion to make the 14-block stretch of the city's Peachtree Street a world-class street-level shopping destination. Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin was responsible for promoting this important initiative. Known as the "Midtown Mile," the Peachtree Street shopping district attempts to rival the famous Rodeo Drive of Beverly Hills and Chicago's Magnificent Mile.

Atlanta ranks third in the list of cities featuring the greatest number of Fortune 500 company headquarters. Major corporations such as The Coca Cola Company, Home Depot, BellSouth, Cingular Wireless, Delta Airlines and more have prominent locations within the metro area. In addition, Atlanta is a major cable television programming center, and is home to Cox Enterprises and Turner Broadcasting. Ted Turner has also established the CNN Center, which is adjacent to Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park. Other cable networks such as TNT, The Weather Channel, and the Cartoon Network also have offices in or near Atlanta.

With its magnificent skylines, high rise buildings, business districts, and major shopping venues, Atlanta real estate is sure to continue to prosper. Atlanta relocations are popular for working individuals and families who choose to live in a city known for its excellent economy, remarkable cleanliness, and charming neighborhoods. The MARTA system, comprised primarily of buses and subways, provides convenient, affordable public transportation to Atlanta residents.

Atlanta real estate agent Noel K. Arnold has all the information you need about Atlanta relocations, as well as Atlanta Downtown living and Atlanta Midtown living. Contact the Arnold Realty Co. today at (404) 849-4032.

Living in Atlanta

The Atlanta real estate market is experiencing unprecedented growth, offering eager young professionals and families the chance to enjoy a city jam-packed with amenities. Condominiums in Atlanta are very popular, as well as Atlanta lofts, town homes, and single-family homes, many of which are located in Atlanta's suburban towns. Atlanta offers a diverse, upscale, and affordable lifestyle to its diverse population.

Atlanta enjoys a subtropical climate complete with warm, humid summers and mild winters. Summer temperatures peak at about 90 degrees Fahrenheit, but can exceed 100 degrees F during a major heat wave. January is Atlanta's coldest month, with an average high of 52 degrees. Warm fronts during the winter can bring spring-like temperatures, while cold air masses can occasionally drop temperatures into the low teens. An average of two inches of snow falls on Atlanta every year, and average annual rainfall is reported to be about 50 inches a year, comparable to the rest of the southeastern U.S.

Atlanta is home to more than 30 higher educational institutions, including Emory University, the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Georgia State University, Oglethorpe University, and many more. The Atlanta University Center, which is a grouping of prestigious historically black colleges and universities, is also located in the city.

History buffs are sure to love the Sweet Auburn district, an area preserved as the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site. Alternatively, The Varsity is an Atlanta landmark that has been in existence for over 75 years. In addition, the city boasts a variety of museums-from history to fine arts, natural history, and beverages. The World of Coca-Cola features the history of the world famous soft drink brand and its world renown advertising.

With everything the city has to offer, it is easy to see why Atlanta real estate is thriving. For more information on Atlanta homes for sale, and for assistance with your Atlanta relocation, contact Atlanta real estate agent Noel Arnold at (404) 849-4032 today.

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