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Alpharetta

alpharetta-fountainPopulation: 57,571

Alpharetta is located 25 miles north of Atlanta and is Georgia’s 12th largest city. It was recently ranked #1 on the list of America’s 25 Best Places to Move by Forbes Magazine.  It is a diverse city offering residents easy access to Atlanta, award-winning parks, excellent schools, convenient and plentiful shopping, and a multitude of great restaurants. Its strong economic base and professional employment opportunities make Alpharetta a premier residential area in metro Atlanta.

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Milton

Milton-High-SchoolPopulation: 30,180

The city of Milton was incorporated on Dec.1, 2006. Milton is comprised of approximately 23,000 acres and includes communities such as Birmingham, Crabapple, and Field’s Cross Roads, the crossroads of Providence Road, New Providence Road and Birmingham Highway (GA 372).
Milton has made it a mission to balance new growth and economic development with its small town charm and character. Milton’s schools are some of the best in Georgia and the area is known for its equestrian farms and rolling hills.

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Roswell

roswell-squarePopulation 88,346

Roswell is located north of Atlanta and has earned a reputation as a family-oriented community with rich historical character. It offers residents all the ingredients for an active lifestyle with its award-winning parks and recreational facilities. It ranks as the safest city in Georgia and has been recognized by local and national publications for the quality of life its residents enjoy.
The city is very committed to developing plans for future growth and development with programs that offer incentives and services that enhance the business community.

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Cumming

cumming_georgia_downtown_city_hall1 (300 x 200)Population: 98,664

Cumming is located 40 miles north of Atlanta beside Georgia’s Lake Lanier. Lake Lanier attracts more than 7.5 million vacationers every year making Tourism a huge source of revenue for Cumming. In addition, Cumming enjoys a thriving business environment and the public school system is excellent.
Forsyth County was ranked as the fastest growing county in Georgia, and Cumming has been ranked as one of the top 10 fastest growing cities in America.

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Sandy Springs

SandySpringsGAPopulation: 93,853

Sandy Springs, just north of Atlanta, is one of the oldest cities in the greater Atlanta area and one of the most populated. As the 6th largest city in Georgia, Sandy Springs is home to the headquarters of more Fortune 500 companies than anywhere in Georgia, including Atlanta. Sandy Springs is the second largest city for businesses in the state, only behind Atlanta, with almost 6,000 businesses in the city.

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Dunwoody

dunwoodyPopulation: 46,333

The City of Dunwoody is a picturesque community featuring many of the metro-areas top dining, shopping, schools and recreation. While Dunwoody officially incorporated in 2008, it has a long and rich history dating back hundreds of years.
The City of Dunwoody is nestled at the most northern tip of DeKalb County, bordered by Fulton County on the north and west, Interstate 285 to the south, and Gwinnett County on the northeast.
Dunwoody is populated by many well-known shopping and mixed used developments including many of the Atlanta metro area’s top restaurants.

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Duluth

duluth9_xlargePopulation: 26,688

Duluth is located in north Georgia and is recognized as a model city for Gwinnett County. It is known for its balance of businesses and diverse population. As the second largest city, its commercial corridor is among Gwinnett County’s busiest. Despite it’s over 1,750 businesses being located within the City limits, Duluth is known for retaining its small town character and sense of community.

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Johns Creek

johnscreekPopulation: 79,182

Johns Creek officially became a city in 2006 and is the state’s 10th largest. Exceptional residential neighborhoods surrounded by abundant shopping and dining, and outstanding schools make John’s Creek a highly desirable area.
Also known for its proximity to Technology Park – home to some major corporations such as State Farm and CIBA Vision make it a geographically excellent location. In 2007, Johns Creek was chosen as one of “America’s Top 25 Places to Live to Go to School” by the national consumer directory Relocate-America.

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Suwanee

Suwanee Town CenterPopulation: 16,000

Located about 30 miles north of Atlanta, Suwanee is well-known for as a progressive community with voter approved parks – made up of over 500 acres of parkland and miles of walking and biking trails, and high-quality mixed-use developments. The City works hard to retain its charm and sense of neighborliness and to manage growth in smart, innovative ways.
Suwanee has been recognized by Money Magazine as one of the country’s best small communities in which to live and by Kiplinger.com as one of the best communities in which to raise children.

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Suwanee is served by both Forsyth County School System & Gwinnett County School System

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Norcross

Norcross GeorgiaPopulation: 9,116

Norcross, located 20 miles north from Atlanta, is Gwinnett County’s second oldest city. Easily accessible from major interstates and highways, Norcross still feels tucked away with tree lined sidewalks winding through a revitalized downtown. Century old buildings are home to trendy boutiques and progressive restaurants.
With well over 100 years of history, The City of Norcross offers a lifestyle that appeal to those who want to enjoy the time-honored values of family and community, in a place that embraces diversity and creativity.

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Lake Lanier

lake-lanierLocated in the foothills of the Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains and 49 miles north of Atlanta, Lake Lanier is one of America’s favorite lakes with several million visitors annually enjoying its recreational facilities.
A well-developed road network surrounds Lake Lanier, with several highways crossing the main body. Lanier has 39,000 acres of water within its 690 miles of shoreline. There are many residential options depending on the type of water you are looking for, the view, size of the property and the location. Residents can enjoy the peace and beauty of Lake Lanier and then easily take advantage of the urban offerings of the city of Atlanta.

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