Sandy Springs condo. One mile from Chastain Park. Stainless steal appliances. Carpeting. Sun room.
atlanta, GA 30342
Overview of Lawrenceville
The second oldest city in Georgia, Lawrenceville became part of the United States in 1821. When you're looking for Lawrenceville apartments for rent, you may notice that the original town square of Lawrenceville still remains the heart of downtown. Period landmarks in the city include the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse, which was voted one of the top 30 places in the nation to get married, and the Lawrenceville Female Seminary. The population in Lawrenceville is approximately 29,600.
Living in Lawrenceville
Lawrenceville is known for attracting visitors who end up becoming residents of the city, and you may also decide to find Lawrenceville apartments for rent during your stay here. There are plenty of unique things to do in Lawrenceville, and you'll want to start at the Aurora Theater in the heart of downtown. There you can take in plays and performances and experience the art and culture that the city has to offer. Hit the ballpark for a Gwinnett Braves minor league baseball game, and finish off the night on a spooky Lawrenceville Ghost Tour. There's a local outlet mall close to the city called Discover Mills, and if you're into water activities, Lawrenceville is home to a 22-acre manmade lake called the Lawrenceville City Lake. If the weather is nice, head to the Historic Courthouse lawn for free concerts during the summer months. Rock'n Rib Fest and a summer farmers markets add to year-round local events.
Lawrenceville Apartments and Cost of Living
Once you've found some Lawrenceville apartments for rent, you'll be glad to know that the cost of living in the city is 6 percent less than the national average and 0.3 percent less than averages in Georgia. However, rental rates for apartments in Lawrenceville are a little pricier compared to national averages, at 7.3 percent higher and 24 percent higher than rental prices in Georgia. Lawrenceville experiences mild temperatures most of the year, so you won't have to worry about spending large amounts of money on heat and air conditioning in your new rental space. You may spend a few extra minutes commuting to work, though. The average commute time is about 33 minutes in Lawrenceville.
Apartments in Lawrenceville Work and Study
If you are looking to further your education, there are a number of colleges close to many Lawrenceville apartments. Lawrenceville is proud to be home to Georgia Gwinnett College, the nation's first four-year public college created in the 21st Century and Georgia's first four-year public college to be established in over 100 years. Lawrenceville isn't far from Emory University and Morehouse College, so there are plenty of options to explore when you decide to enroll in higher education.
There are about 300,000 jobs in Gwinnett, with 43,000 of these jobs are available at one of Lawrenceville's top employers. These include Gwinnett County Public School System, Gwinnett County Government and Gwinnett Health Care system. The Gwinnett county government said that Gwinnett County is one of the fastest growing counties in America for more than 20 years in terms of business and economic growth, making Lawrenceville apartments a great investment.
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