Gwinnett County’s largest city is listed among the top-10 best “Atlanta suburbs for millennials” according to Niche, a ranking and review site.
Niche used 11 key factors, including percentages of residents between ages 25 and 34, access to restaurants and coffee shops, number of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher, crime and safety and other criteria. Those and other factors added up to a top-10 rating for Peachtree Corners and an overall grade of A+.
Residents also had an opportunity to comment on their city:
- Peachtree Corners is a burgeoning suburb. I have lived in the area since 1997. The difference between what it looked like when I moved here and now is night and day. The city has made a lot of effort to bring us closer to the level of those neighborhoods closer to the city, from modernization to developing wonderful outdoor shopping and event venues. It is truly a picture-perfect place to raise a family.
- It’s got a lot of friendly people, and churches, restaurants and shopping. It’s easy to get to and there’s lots of community involvement.
- It is a very clean area with lots of wonderful eating and play spaces. It is a family oriented area that I have come to love and look forward to purchasing a home.
- I love the friendly community aspect of Peachtree Corners. … Our city is constantly improving and is currently in the process of building a new town center, which I cannot wait to experience with my wonderful neighbors. Peachtree Corners truly has everything I could ever ask for, from family and friends to entertainment and restaurants.
Source: City of Peachtree Corners