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Quality of life in Atlanta Metro Area

We are excited to bring National and International restaurant operators to Atlanta Georgia.
Atlanta is on so many top 10 lists, there are so many quality of life issues which
make Atlanta the BEST CITY to open your new restaurant!
Many cities are experiencing downturns in economy while Atlanta remains vibrant!

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INC Magazine Top 10 Cities for doing business in America

Top 10 Best places to live in the USA

MSNBC Top 10 Cities to live

Foreign Direct Investment Top 10 Cities of the Future

Forbes Top 10 Best Places for Business and Careers

Top 10 Cities for the Creative Class Smart Cities to live

Top 10 Best Value for Vacations on

Sperlings Top 10 Best Places To Live

America's Top 10 Most Literate Cities

Beyond the Valley: 10 Blooming U.S. Cities for Technology

Atlanta #1 US City in Population Growth

Best International Connections

Forbes Fastest Growing Metro Areas

Top 10 Cities to Stop Junkmail

Top cities for Minority Travel

U-Haul named Atlanta "Top Destination in 2007"

Forbes Best Cities for Young Professionals

High Tech - Forbes Most Wired City Two Years Running!

Good Morning America Top 5 Cities for Finding Jobs

Atlanta Tourism Information


The quality of life is exceptionally high in Atlanta.
It's a great place to raise a family, retire, work, learn and play.

Cost of Living
Consistently lower than many major metro areas
The average price for a 2,200 sq. ft. home with four bedrooms and 2.5 baths
is approximately $270,000, compared to $335,317 in Seattle or $891,000 for San Francisco
Source: Home Price Comparison Index, Coldwell Banker, 2002-03

Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and its
1,050-foot altitude create warm summers and mild winters,
with average snowfall less than two inches annually

Atlanta's average annual temperature in July is 78.8 degrees, in January it is 43.2 degrees
Spring in Atlanta may be the most beautiful place on Earth

Healthcare is a major industry here.
More than 100,000 health services personnel are employed in metro Atlanta,
which makes for one of the nation's highest concentrations of health care experts

We have over 13,000 physicians and 12,300 beds
at fifty-two hospitals

With centers such as the CDC, CARE USA, Emory University, the Carter Center,
Morehouse School of Medicine and the Task Force for Child Survival & Development,
Atlanta has taken its rightful place in the World
as a leading center for Public Health and Disease Prevention.

Cultural and Entertainment Attractions
When last measured in 1997, arts, festivals and cultural attractions impacted
the metro Atlanta economy to the tune of $700 million and were the source of more than 24,000 jobs
Atlanta is the historical epicenter of America's Civil War and Civil Rights legacy

Sports and Recreational Opportunities
Atlanta is home to six professional sports teams; Atlanta Braves (baseball),
Atlanta Thrashers (hockey), Atlanta Hawks (basketball), Atlanta Falcons (football),
Atlanta Silverbacks (soccer) and Georgia Force (arena football)
There are more than 100 public and private golf courses and at least 300 golf-friendly days a year
Atlanta has long been a regional shopping destination city
The restaurant scene in Atlanta is world class
Source: Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce

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