Established in 1858, Alpharetta was the seat of government for Milton County until it merged with Fulton County in 1932.
Ansley Park is a sought-after enclave in Atlanta with extensive green space and convenient proximity to Downtown and Midtown.
Just north of Midtown and south of Brookhaven, Buckhead is a combination of high-rise condos, townhomes, and unique single-family homes.
Once an old mill town, Cabbagetown has undergone significant revitalization since the 1990s.
Candler Park and Lake Claire are two adjacent eastside neighborhoods that offer a little bit of something for everyone.
Despite its city distinction, the City of Avondale Estates has a quaint downtown village feel, with popular eateries and boutique shops.
The City of Brookhaven is a prosperous area with a diverse mix of housing possibilities.
The City of Chamblee is an established neighborhood with both eclectic and international tastes.
The City of College Park is located adjacent to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and South Atlanta.
Decatur has it all packed into an area of just four square miles.
The city of Clarkston is as diverse as it is convenient.
Doraville was founded in 1871, and now boasts a diverse and international population of more than 10,000 residents.
The commercial, political, and historic core of Atlanta, Downtown boasts everything from trendy restaurants to amazing museums.
Druid Hills is one of the few neighborhoods in Atlanta that isn't marked by new development.
Located north and slightly east of Atlanta, Dunwoody is an affluent community that was incorporated as a city in 2008.
The colloquially-defined East Atlanta Area encompasses the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Glenwood Park, and Ormewood Park.
Located northwest of Atlanta, East Cobb is an unincorporated community in Cobb County.
East Lake is a popular golfing destination that also boasts amenities such as parks and restaurants.
The city of East Point lies southwest of Atlanta primarily inside of I-285.
Eastern DeKalb is an excellent place to invest or live.
Edgewood is a diverse eastside neighborhood adjacent to Kirkwood, Little Five Points, and Reynoldstown.
Grant Park is renowned for its gorgeous Victorian homes and abundant parkland.
Originally a farming community, Hapeville was incorporated in 1891.
One of the most desirable neighborhoods in intown Atlanta, Inman Park is a blend of old and new.
Originally settled in the early 1800s, Johns Creek was incorporated as a city in 2006.
Kirkwood is one of Atlanta's most up-and-coming neighborhoods.
Lavista Park enjoys a quiet intown location with beautiful big lots and plenty of residential character.
Incorporated in 1910, Lilburn was one of the first cities in Gwinnett County to develop as population growth radiated from Atlanta.
Named after Thomas Cobb's wife, the city of Marietta was incorporated in 1852.
Hip, exciting, and perfectly situated in the heart of Atlanta, Midtown offers direct access to many of the cities popular amenities and attractions.
Named after Revolutionary War hero John Milton, the City of Milton is located just north of Alpharetta.
Adjacent to Virginia-Highland, Midtown, and Ansley Park, Morningside / Lenox Park is a historic and thriving community located in the middle of the city.
The city of Norcross began in 1869 when Atlanta entrepreneur John Thrasher purchased the land around a proposed rail line stop.
This area north of Decatur and east of Buckhead includes the established older communities of Oak Grove, North Druid Hills, Toco Hills, and Sagamore Hills.
This colloquial area is located northeast of Atlanta and east of Alpharetta and Roswell.
The Northlake/Embry Hills area is located in DeKalb County along I-285 to the northeast of Atlanta.
Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward neighborhood is a place where old and new merge to create a thriving and diverse community on the city's east side.
Peachtree Corners began as the project of businessman Paul Duke in the late 1960s.
Just two miles northeast of Downtown and south of Ponce de Leon Avenue, this vibrant neighborhood is home to lively restaurants, eclectic shops, and a thriving arts scene.
Reynoldstown is a historic eastside neighborhood located two miles from Downtown.
Roswell officially became a city in 1854, though it was founded by Roswell King in 1839.
Spanning both sides of I-285, Sandy Springs borders Dunwoody, Roswell, and Marietta.
Scottdale lies just inside of I-285 to the east of Atlanta between Decatur and Clarkston.
Smoke Rise is an unincorporated residential community in DeKalb County near Tucker and Stone Mountain.
Located about 10 miles northwest of Atlanta, the City of Smyrna sits just outside I-285.
Adjacent to Chosewood Park, High Point, and Peoplestown, South Atlanta is a neighborhood on Atlanta's south side.
Comprised of cities such as Smyrna, Mableton, and Austell, South Cobb is a colloquial area located west of Atlanta and south of Marietta.
This beautiful area is just a short trip away from all the amenities of Atlanta but enjoys beautiful views and a slower pace of life.
The Southwest BeltLine neighborhoods include West End, Adair Park, Capitol View, Capitol View Manor, Pittsburgh, and Oakland City.
The historic Atlanta neighborhoods of Summerhill and Peoplestown are adjacent to Downtown Atlanta and Grant Park, and are the site of several recent revitalization projects.
Located northeast of Atlanta, the city of Tucker was originally settled in the 1820s.
Vinings is a flourishing business and residential neighborhood settled between the West Paces Ferry section of Buckhead and suburban Cobb County.
Virginia-Highland is a friendly and trendy area that combines city living with community charm.
West Cobb is colloquial area that generally refers to land west of I-75 and north of Smyrna and Mableton, all of which is northwest of Atlanta.
The colloquially-defined area of West Midtown encompasses the neighborhoods of Berkeley Park, Loring Heights, Atlantic Station, Home Park, and Georgia Tech.
The Westside area of Atlanta comprises many historic neighborhoods, including Bankhead, Rockdale, Carver Hills, Collier Heights, and Grove Park, among others.