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When you’re looking for a new home, it’s always positive to select a city that’s making regular improvements and investing in projects that will benefit its citizens. After all, if a metro area is investing in itself, it’s a clear indication that it’s growing. A growing market is a happy market, and also a great place to put down roots. When it comes to large-scale projects, the Atlanta metro area is absolutely on trend for developments on both the lifestyle and enterainment fronts. Not only is this creating thousands of new jobs, but it’s also making the city one of the hottest target markets to move to.

Shiny New Sports Stadiums
Attention sports fans: if it’s high-tech stadiums you seek, then Atlanta is definitely the place for you. Devotees of the Atlanta Falcons football team look set to have the nation’s top place to watch the game, complete with in-seat technology such as television screens and vibration so you can feel every tackle. Not to be outdone by their football breathern the Atlanta Braves baseball team is also making a move to a new stadium in Cobb County, due in a few years time. Though in the suburbs, the new stadium will feature easy access to shopping and restaurants, making your game a full day out.

The Green Belt Beckons
Often referred to as Atlanta’s emerald necklace, the Green Belt project hopes to take over 22 miles of abandoned railways and turn them into green spaces for Atlantans. Built in a continual loop around the city The BeltLine would also offer great transporation links between neighborhoods, something that the city curently lacks. This has inspired a rash of real estate rushes, as the face of the city will definately change by the project’s completion.

The Streetcars Named Desire
One of the biggest complaints about the city of Atlanta is the lack of a useable and reliable public transportation system. While the city’s MARTA system has been in place for years, further connections for both locals and tourists alike have been in the planning stages for some time. Electric streetcars will give loads of transportation options, including helping to reach the city’s new BeltLine.

Even More Sports
Opening in the fall of 2014, the brand new College Football Hall of Fame is sure to turn heads both design and fan-wise. Moving from South Bend, Indiana to downtown Atlanta is sure to only help fuel the fire of the city’s burgeoning downtown district, which has seen rapid growth over the past few years for businesses, restaurants and entertainment options of all kinds. As the site is located near one of Georgia’s largest convention centers and also attractions such as the Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca-Cola, it makes the city a deeply attractive prospect for tourism and conventions of all kinds.

With it’s unrivaled growth and huge future potential, moving to Atlanta is becoming a hot prospect for thousands around the country. Look at investing in property around the city’s soon-to-be completed GreenBelt, or one of the multitudes of new builds in and around the ATL. With expansion like this, you’ll love calling Atlanta home.

For more information:
Jay Bailey – Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty
3290 Northside Pkwy #200 Atlanta, GA 30327
(678) 557-6971