Community Focus: Serenbe

Concerned that urban sprawl would disrupt a beautiful rural area approximately 35 minutes southwest of Atlanta, Steve and Marie Nygren established the agrarian community Serenbe 11 years ago. Located in Chattahoochee Hills, a city that is home to nearly 3,000 people in the last undeveloped area of Fulton County, Serenbe is full of fresh food, fresh air and focused on well-being. The neighborhood is set among acres of preserved forests and meadows with miles of nature trails that connect homes and restaurants with arts and businesses. Steve and... Read More
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Atlanta's Millennial Relocators

More than 83.1 million Millennials live in the United States, and more and more are choosing Atlanta as word spreads that the city is an attractive place to live. Last fall, named Atlanta the No. 2 best city for Millennials, reporting its calculations were based on “places where job growth is projected to be above average; food, rent and other necessities are relatively affordable; and there are high concentrations of grocery stores, pharmacies, laundromats, and other amenities.” As the city continues to grow, so does its reputation in... Read More

6 Atlanta Hotspots for New Residents to Enjoy

Whether you live north, south, east or west of Downtown Atlanta, or right in the heart of the city, residents and visitors alike have access to an abundance of options when it comes to where they want to live, work and play. “Ultimately, when you choose Atlanta, you actually don’t have to choose just one part of the city,” says Kate Atwood, vice president of ChooseATL. “Your options here are limitless and that is what makes this city the best place to call home.” ChooseATL is a regional initiative focused on telling a comprehensive story... Read More
  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

    Your Gateway to the World One of our area’s greatest assets is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport — the world’s busiest and most efficient airport and the largest employer in... Read More
  • Atlanta: Producing New Job Possibilities

    For actor Adam Aalderks, relocating from Aplington, Iowa, to metro Atlanta Sept. 24, 2012, was essential to his career in the film industry. It’s also the day he left his corporate job to start... Read More
  • City Focus

    More than 50 cities make up metro Atlanta, and each is home to an array of options where residents and visitors can live, work and play. Some communities include state-of-the-art museums, transit systems or specialty schools, while others may offer opportunities for small businesses to thrive in the downtown area. Be sure to check out these KNOWAtlanta's articles to learn more about the area's top-notch cities. View All Cities

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    12 Important Questions to Ask When Looking for a Private School

    With independent school education being so competitive in the Atlanta area, it’s important to know exactly what questions you should ask when choosing the perfect school for your child. “Atlanta is one of the best places in the country for pre-K through 12th-grade school options,” says... Read More

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    The Best in Atlanta's Pediatric Care

      Picture it: It’s late in the afternoon, and your child falls off his bike. You fear his arm may be broken. And his pediatrician’s office is closed. What are your options? You need a place that’s open nights, weekends and holidays, no appointment necessary, and a place where labs and... Read More

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    Location, Location, Location!

    While Atlanta is where many Millennials want to be, the personality of the neighborhood or community where they decide to call home is just as — if not more — important, especially when considering proximity to restaurants, shopping and nightlife. Location, combined with overall affordability... Read More

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