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1 To 3 bedrooms $731 to $1333

Circa and Ecco Apartments
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Circa and Ecco Apartments

501 Northridge Rd Atlanta, GA 30350
(678) 257-4021 check availability

1 To 4 bedrooms $743 to $1385

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Ashley Cascade Property List Apartments

1371 SW Kimberly Rd Atlanta, GA 30331
(866) 935-7210 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $751 to $1301

Park Pointe North Apartments
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Park Pointe North Apartments

3311 Flowers Rd S Atlanta, GA 30341
(855) 316-3102 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $850 to $1300

Mosaic At Sandy Springs Apartments
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Mosaic At Sandy Springs Apartments

5675 Roswell Rd Atlanta, GA 30342
(844) 562-9319 check availability

1 To 4 bedrooms $855 to $1905

Audubon Briarcliff Apartments
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Audubon Briarcliff Apartments

3108 Briarcliff Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30329
(678) 608-4425 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $855 to $1550

Rosemont Vinings Ridge Apartments
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Rosemont Vinings Ridge Apartments

3200 Post Woods Dr Atlanta, GA 30339
(877) 796-8530 check availability

Studio to 1 bedroom $869 to $1177

Solace on Peachtree Apartments
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Solace on Peachtree Apartments

710 Peachtree St NE Atlanta, GA 30308
(678) 973-4688 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $880 to $2185

Park on Clairmont Apartments
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Park on Clairmont Apartments

3180 Clairmont Rd Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 647-0373 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $885 to $2315

Ashley Collegetown Apartments
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Ashley Collegetown Apartments

387 Joseph E Lowery Blvd SW Atlanta, GA 30310
(888) 706-3456 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $900 to $3938

Jefferson at Perimeter Apartments
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Jefferson at Perimeter Apartments

4867 Ashford Dunwoody Rd Atlanta, GA 30338
(866) 974-7589 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $905 to $1224

Veridian At Sandy Springs Apartments
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Veridian At Sandy Springs Apartments

1800 Windridge Dr Atlanta, GA 30350
(678) 809-0334 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $905 to $1300

Falls at Sandy Springs Apartments
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Falls at Sandy Springs Apartments

5555 Roswell Rd Atlanta, GA 30342
(844) 561-0789 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $907 to $2690

Evergreen Lenox Park Apartments
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Evergreen Lenox Park Apartments

100 Lenox Park Cir NE Atlanta, GA 30319
(470) 419-7902 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $910 to $1860

Ashford East Village Apartments
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Ashford East Village Apartments

1438 Bouldercrest Rd Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 439-1204 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $923 to $1958

Glen Lake Apartments
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Glen Lake Apartments

6901 Glenlake Pky NE Atlanta, GA 30328
(844) 561-1798 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $925 to $1200

Forest Hills at Vinings Apartments
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Forest Hills at Vinings Apartments

3900 Paces Walk SE Atlanta, GA 30339
(678) 337-8963 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $938 to $1925

Waters Edge Apartments
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Waters Edge Apartments

8601 Roberts Dr Atlanta, GA 30350
(866) 823-2794 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $940 to $1954

Point At Westside Apartments
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Point At Westside Apartments

370 Northside Dr Atlanta, GA 30318
(888) 846-2146 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $949 to $1634

Park at the Marketplace Apartments
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Park at the Marketplace Apartments

3725 Princeton Lakes Pky SW Atlanta, GA 30331
(888) 309-9611 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $949 to $2924

Peachtree Park Apartments
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Peachtree Park Apartments

1000 Peachtree Park Dr NE Atlanta, GA 30309
(888) 498-8443 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $950 to $1677

Village on the Green Apartments
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Village on the Green Apartments

2975 Continental Colony Pky SW Atlanta, GA 30331
(678) 812-4680 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $955 to $2670

The Reserve at La Vista Walk Apartments
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The Reserve at La Vista Walk Apartments

1155 Lavista Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30324
(678) 973-4687 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $959 to $1549

The Stratford Apartments
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The Stratford Apartments

5479 NE Glenridge Dr Atlanta, GA 30342
(470) 427-2242 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $999 to $1469

District At Vinings Apartments
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District At Vinings Apartments

2800 Paces Ferry Rd Atlanta, GA 30339
(844) 683-3175 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $1010 to $1767

Panther Riverside Parc Apartments
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Panther Riverside Parc Apartments

1925 Waycrest Dr Atlanta, GA 30331
(678) 369-9046 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $1012 to $1781

Viera Briarcliff Apartments
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Viera Briarcliff Apartments

2696 N Druid Hills Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30329
(678) 608-4031 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1014 to $2107

Sorelle Apartments
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Sorelle Apartments

2399 NE Parkland Dr Atlanta, GA 30324
(855) 350-2570 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1017 to $1634

Seven Springs Apartments
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Seven Springs Apartments

100 Ridgebrook Way Atlanta, GA 30345
(678) 666-4761 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $1024 to $1920

WestHaven At Vinings Apartments
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WestHaven At Vinings Apartments

5900 Suffex Green Ln Atlanta, GA 30339
(678) 212-5386 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $1025 to $1815

ARIUM Vinings Station Apartments
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ARIUM Vinings Station Apartments

4695 N Church Ln SE Atlanta, GA 30339
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Your Guide to Apartments in Atlanta

As the capital and largest city in the state of Georgia, Atlanta rose like a phoenix after the Civil War and with an economy that ranks 15th among world cities as of 2014, is one of the primary transportation hubs of the nation. As you might expect in such a large city, options in Atlanta apartments are numerous and incredibly diverse.


From industrial factories that have been converted into chic loft apartments in downtown Atlanta to quieter, more suburban area apartments in Atlanta neighborhoods that boast nearby running trails, pools, picnic cabanas, and other outdoor amenities, ApartmentHomeLiving.com can help make your apartment search easy and fun.


Made up of more than 200 neighborhoods, the Atlanta area offers its residents a wide variety of choices in places to live from upscale Buckhead apartments and trendy Apartments in Midtown Atlanta to spacious 2 and 3 bedrooms in Marietta or Alpharetta. Or perhaps you are looking for a new place in College Park, the Highlands or Little Five Points. No matter where you'd prefer to live, Apartment Home Living can help you explore desirable Atlanta neighborhoods and areas around Atlanta like these within the comfort of your own home and without the footwork of hitting the pavement with traditional apartment hunting.


Like to live close to work? Browse listings of apartments in Atlanta by distance to your workplace in order to minimize your commute. Or, if choosing your new home involves more than just location, search by floor plans, luxury amenities, rent prices, nearby schools, and other factors that can all make the difference.


Atlanta is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the nation, thanks in part to the many international headquarters based here like CNN and Coca-Cola that bring people to the area from all over the world. Restaurants, musical venues, nightlife hot spots, professional sports and fine arts allow for exciting leisure events for residents of all ages and offer seemingly limitless fun to get out of the apartment and enjoy.


Whether you are moving to the city from across the country or simply trying to find a place with better rent, your perfect apartment in Atlanta is waiting for you in our apartment living guide. Search Atlanta apartments today to fall in love with your new home!

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Atlanta Overview

Atlanta, Georgia is one of the most exciting cities to call home in the United States. The Georgian capital is known for its culture, thriving economy and historical setting.

Boasting a population of over 5 million people in the Atlanta metro area is a big city with a Southern feel. You will never feel swallowed in the hustle of city life, and the locals are known to be welcoming and warm.

Atlanta History

Atlanta was founded in 1847 and named after the Atlantic Ocean. The original name of the city was going to be Atlantica-Pacifica but was changed as that name was too long.

The original settlers of the area were the Cherokee and Creek Native American tribes. These tribes had settlements that date back hundreds of years. It was not until the 1820s that American settlers claimed the land. Atlanta played a pivotal role in the American Civil War. The large quantity of railroads helped the Confederate Army move military equipment and men. It was taken over by General Sherman in 1864 and was burned to the ground not long after as a sign of conquest.

In the post-war and Civil Rights Era Atlanta was known for its African American universities and leaders, a first in the developing nation. Atlanta has since been a leading city in the push for equal rights and treatment of all.

In 1996 Atlanta was host to the Olympic Games. This monumentous event led to the construction of more sports complexes in the area and helped grow the local economy to new heights, a gain that has only gone upwards in the decade to follow.

Atlanta Weather

Atlanta is in a humid subtropical climate. You can expect the summers to feel warmer and the winters to feel cooler. Winter is cool to cold with average temperatures floating around the low 40s °F. Freezing weather does happen but not as much as cities farther north. Snow does fall but it is usually light.

Spring and Summer seasons see a large amount of rainfall and hot temperatures that average around 80-90 °F during the peak of the summer. Fall is pleasant and will still have rain, but the average temperatures are in the 60s and 70s °F.

Hurricanes do occasionally affect Atlanta, as do tornadoes and ice storms, but the risk of disaster from these natural events are low.

Atlanta Media

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is the only official newspaper of the city. It has a wide readership and presents you with all that you might need to know about the city and the world. Atlanta magazine is a popular local magazine that features the latest in local culture and events.

Popular radio stations include:

• WZGC 92.9 - sports radio

• WRAS 88.5 - college radio and NPR

• WNNX 100.5 - classic rock and mainstream

• WVEE 103.3 - urban music

Atlanta Landmarks

A major landmark in Atlanta is Turner Field. Turner Field is home to the Atlanta Braves and serves as an icon of the 1996 Summer Olympics that were held in the city.

The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site can be visited and is one of the most important parts of this great city. Here you will see Dr. King's childhood home as well as the church where he was baptized as a child.

The Centennial Olympic Park was built in 1996 for the Olympic Games. It has since been made into a public park. You can explore over 21 acres of gardens, fountains and large open spaces. Surrounding the park are many other great places to visit making this park an integral aspect to Atlanta life.

Things to do in Atlanta

The World Of Coca-Cola museum is where you can learn about the history of Coke as well as sample a variety of different international sodas all produced by this famous brand. Atlanta is where this brand has found its home, and you will love checking out what makes it such a fun part of Atlanta culture.

The CNN Center is home of the major news outlet CNN. It is an amazing place to tour. You can learn about the workings of one of the world's largest news networks and see where the shows are filmed.

The Georgia Aquarium is another major attraction that can provides hours of entertainment. It hosts over 120,000 different animals and has 10+ million gallons of tanks. It is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon and is worth visiting many times.

Atlanta Festivals

Atlanta has plenty of diverse festivals year-round. Each one brings you a new angle on the city and highlights something special about the culture surrounding it.

The Atlanta Street Food Festival takes place during July and gathers all of the best food trucks and street vendors to one spot where you can sample many different foods and drinks.

In August there is the Grant Park Summer Shade Festival. This festival spans two days and is host to many talented musicians. You can also peruse the local artistic talent and try new foods while enjoying the scenery of Grant Park.

For the beer lover the Atlanta Winter Beer Festival is a great time. You can try over 150 beers, many of which are from local brewhouses. No matter the time of year you will find a wonderful festival.

Atlanta Vacation spots

Atlanta is close to the Atlantic Ocean making it a great spot to base your travels. The ocean is close enough to reach in about 5.5 hours by car and gives you access to some amazing beaches.

Nashville, Tennessee is only four hours away and is an excellent place to head to for a long weekend. If you enjoy the outdoors you can drive up north to Amicalola Falls State Park. This is a great place to hike, raft and camp.

Getting Around Atlanta

Getting around in Atlanta requires a car in most situations unless you live downtown or near public transportation. The highways are busy and quite large. The beltway, or the Perimeter, circles around the city and separates the suburbian area from the inner city.

Public transportation options include a streetcar line and a heavy rail as well as a trusted and popular bus system.

The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is considered to be the world's busiest airport. It is a modern facility with the latest in airport technologies. Flights connect to just about any location you might want to explore.

If you enjoy riding your bicycle you will fit right in. Atlanta has been seeing a cycling renaissance, and the city is working to develop safer and more efficient biking paths for those who choose to cycle as their main mode of getting around.

Commuting in Atlanta

There are three main highways that go in and around Atlanta. The first is the east to west I-20. I-75 runs northwest to southeast and I-85 runs northeast to southwest.

I-75 and I-85 meld into the Downtown Connector. This portion of the road sees over 350,000 drivers per day and can be very busy. If you are commuting from a suburb expect to sit in traffic during peak periods, namely early in the morning and late in the afternoon.

Atlanta is infamous for its heavy traffic and commuting times. It does rank rather low on the national scale in those categories. Keep that in mind if th extra commute time is something that is a deal breaker for you!

Why Here

If you are having questions about why you should choose Atlanta consider what you find important in a city. Atlanta is known for its unique feel that captures Southern hospitality with big city life. The culture is rich and diverse. It dates back hundreds of years and is a beautiful blend of many points in time and ethnic groups.

For the sports fan you will find many major national teams such as the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta Hawks. No matter your interests you will find something to appreciate in this wonderful city. It offers enough to keep any and every type of person satisfied. Calling Atlanta home means becoming a part of a family.

Where to move in Atlanta

Atlanta is a large city. You will have plenty of choices of great neighborhoods, but it is easy to get overwhelmed. One of the best overall neighborhoods is the suburb of Roswell. This little city is right outside of Atlanta and has a thriving community. Sandy Springs is another suburb that is within a reasonable commuting distance.

For neighborhoods inside of Atlanta Candler Park is a popular location. This neighborhood is just east of downtown and features festivals, restaurants and apartments for all tastes.

Grant Park is a neighborhood in the city with the oldest park in the city. The neighborhood itself is considered to be one of the best and safest in the city. Grant Park is a beautiful area with a nice Victorian style to the old homes.

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