New Home Market in Atlanta | New Homes Guide you call it Hotlanta, ATL, or the Big Peach, Atlanta, Georgia has all the trendiness and lives up to the hype of its nicknames. Home to the Atlanta Falcons, Coca Cola, and the largest aquarium in the Western hemisphere, this city has much to offer. Rich with American history, particularly that of the Civil Rights Movement, Atlanta has many historic sights to see, including the Martin Luther King Memorial and the Center for Civil and Human Rights. If you're a literature fan, Atlanta also houses the preserved homes of famous authors such as Margaret Mitchell and Joel Chandler Harris, author of The Tales of Uncle Remus. 

From the old charm of Grant Park and the modern vibes of Midtown, to the growing suburban neighborhoods, Atlanta has a place for every taste.




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Atlanta's top spots for new construction:


Decatur, Woodstock, Suwanee, Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Cumming, Canton, Fayetteville



Attractions and events in the Atlanta area: 


Atlanta offers some of the hottest events in the U.S. both entertaining and educational. These events will show you why ATL is a hotspot for

Martin Luther King Jr. March and Rally: Celebrate the life and legacy of the Atlanta native and civil rights icon every January. This event features a march through metro Atlanta, worship services and panel discussions. many.  

Battle of the Bands: Every January eight of the best bands from HBCU's fill the Mercedes-Benz Stadium to showcase their musical talent.  

Atlanta Dogwood Festival: For 82 years this festival has decorated Piedmont Park with art markets, live music and a 5K that ends with a mimosa toast. No wonder it's been around for so long. This festival will keep you busy every April. 

Atlanta Grilled Cheese Festival: This might just be the cheesiest thing you'll ever experience. This two day festival is full of melty, gooey delights.Be on the look out for this cheese fest every April. 

Peachtree Road Race: Celebrate the Fourth of July at this infamous foot-race down Peachtree Street into Piedmont Park. 

Must-see attractions any day of the year: Pinewood Atlanta Studios, Halcyon Forsyth, Atlanta Beltline, Ponce City Market, World of Coca Cola, Piedmont Park, Georgia State University, Atlanta Falcons Football, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Centennial Olympic Park, Skyview Ferris Wheel, CNN Studio Headquarters 

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