City of Chamblee

Located fourteen miles north of Downtown Atlanta, the City of Chamblee started as a small rail town in the early 1900s. Now it is vibrant and established, with both eclectic and international tastes.

Key Features

Mid-Century and Beyond: Housing in the City of Chamblee is a mix of 1950s style single-family homes and mixed-use developments, including condos, townhomes, and lofts.

Hop on the Highway: Chamblee is home to the iconic Buford Highway, a multicultural corridor northeast of Downtown that is home to diverse shopping, dining, and nightlife possibilities. The city is also highly accessible; between I-85, I-285, and Marta, in-town Atlanta is at your fingertips.

Nest Picks

Chamblee's Antique Row District

Chamblee's Antique Row District is a charming collection of antique stores and resale shops appealing to both local Atlanta residents and worldwide travelers. One of the largest collections of antiques in the southeast, this cluster of shops and dining is a unique experience with an array of offerings.

Peachtree DeKalb Airport

This small airport north of Downtown Atlanta is county-owned and open to public use. It is known colloquially as "PDK," and is a popular takeoff spot for helicoptor tours of the city.

Dynamo Swim Club

Dynamo is the main competitive swimming center in Atlanta. Here you can catch a glimpse of famous watersports athletes, swim recreationally or professionally, take a class at the swim school, or play water polo.

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