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Atlanta's downtown is divided into nine subdistricts and features major attractions like Centennial Olympic Park.
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Find rentals in Atlanta, GA. Browse 6 townhouses, 2 lofts, 2 flats, 5 condos, 3 duplexes, 33 houses, and 31 apartments with prices ranging from $725-$8,999. undefinedBrowse rentals all across Atlanta, on streets including White Street Southwest, Peachtree Street Northwest, and Juniper Street Northeast and in neighborhoods including Lakewood, Ormewood Park, and Washington Park.Browse all rentals
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Find 14+ private and shared rooms starting at $870/month, 13+ one-bedroom rentals starting at $1,324/month, 27+ two-bedroom rentals starting at $1,926/month, and 14+ three-bedroom rentals starting at $2,600/month.
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Find 59+ rentals with air conditioning starting at $600/month, 53+ rentals with washer-dryer starting at $600/month, and 8+ wheelchair accessible rentals starting at $1735/month.
Living in Atlanta
Atlanta is the capital of Georgia and a cultural and economic hub of the Southeast United States. It's a large city in terms of both population and area, and it offers a mix of old Southern charm, green space, and evolving culture. The Buckhead District is home to art galleries and hip, new bars located in neighborhoods including Peachtree Hills and Lindbergh/Morosgo. There's upscale shopping at Atlantic Station, historic homes in Piedmont Heights, and trendsetting eateries in Old Fourth Ward.
Talk to anyone in Atlanta, and you'll learn that their public transportation is lacking. MARTA does offer bus and train service, but it's limited and unreliable. Residents’ reliance on cars brings heavy traffic, both inside and outside of the perimeter of Interstate 285. Lots of people walk around their local neighborhoods, but don't expect to walk across the 136-square mile city.
Summers in Atlanta can be brutal with high temperatures and humidity. The rest of the year is generally pleasant, with temperatures rarely dipping below freezing. It rains about 5-10 days each month, so be prepared with an umbrella or raincoat.
Top sights and attractions
Located in Downtown Atlanta, this is the largest aquarium in the United States with over 10 million gallons of water filled with sea life. Visitors can get up close and personal with whale sharks, beluga whales, sea lions, manta rays, and hundreds of species of fish.