ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data for Atlanta, Georgia

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Commercial and Residential Development Is Changing Atlanta Neighborhoods

Atlanta, GA, has over 240 neighborhoods with varying property price points, geography, and demographics.

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The Summerhill neighborhood embodies gentrification. Dead storefronts are being transformed into vibrant restaurants and breweries. Close by, 1,000 new multifamily residences are either being planned or repurposed near the Major League Baseball stadium and its barren lots. A hotel is planned south of Interstate 20, and Georgia State is building an $85 million convocation center. Three hundred apartments are being built near the neighborhood’s northern border, I-20. A rapid bus transit project runs from downtown, through Summerhill, to the Beltline’s Southside Trail.

In Buckhead Village, a trendy and hip neighborhood, new luxury housing and restaurants have multiplied in recent years, but relatively affordable deals can still be found. Westview, a historic and once down-trodden neighborhood along the Westside Trail is seeing a cooling off in the property market. Cheaper properties that have undergone renovations can be had for reasonable prices.

Other popular areas are East Atlanta with its vibrant nightlife and Knight Park/Howell Station, a leafy suburb with traditional homes and revived old bungalows. Piedmont Heights is seeing expensive, new home construction, and new roads will give better Beltline and interstate access.

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Atlanta’s summers are hot and muggy, and the winters are short, cold, and wet. Temperatures vary from 35°F to 89°F.
Crime Rates
Atlanta neighborhood data, shows that the city has one of the highest crime rates in the United States, with Atlanta considered safer than only three percent of U.S. cities.
The value of a home reflects its location. Crime, weather, unemployment rates, transportation, and access routes all factor into a property’s valuation.

ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data—The Insights Buyers Need

ATTOM’s neighborhood data at the city and zip level allow real estate professionals to find attractive areas for prospective buyers or investors. Data users can search neighborhood data according to specific points of interest, such as the quality of schools or crime statistics.

ATTOM’s neighborhood data for Atlanta, GA, include:

Demographics

Population characteristics employment, expenditures, income, cost of living, rent, education, and much more.

Points of Interest (POI)

Neighborhood transparency through 14 business categories and 120 lines of business.

Transportation Noise

Noise data can be pinpointed and located via latitude/longitude or down to the address level.

Transit Routes

A collection of public transportation routes.

Crime

Historical aggregate crime statistics

Unemployment Rates

Collected from local government agencies as a percentage of the labor force.

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Weather

Based on meteorological patterns across the nation

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