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Overview of Atlanta

When you're looking for a 1 bedroom apartment in Atlanta, you'll find it can be advantageous to use online listings. Finding an apartment online can help you save time and money. There are detailed listings available regarding apartments available throughout Atlanta.

Finding a 1 Bedroom Apartment

In addition to being the capital of Georgia, Atlanta is the largest and most populous city in the state. Atlanta is sometimes known as the City in a Forest for the numerous trees that are found throughout its various districts. Once a victim of the urban flight that depleted many U.S. cities, Atlanta has been revitalized in the last 20 years and is now a Southern U.S. city that is as hip and modern as any.

Atlanta has a thriving economy and is a center for finance, broadcast, biotechnology and manufacturing. Atlanta also ranks fourth when it comes to cities where Fortune 500 companies are headquartered. Many of the jobs in Atlanta can be found in Downtown and Midtown, two neighborhoods where it's generally possible to find a 1 bedroom or studio apartment for rent.

Aside from the summer humidity that earned it the nickname, Hotlanta, Atlanta enjoys mild weather year round. With its many trees and parks, Atlanta is a pleasant, green, open city that has many diverse and interesting neighborhoods within it.

Things to Look for in a 1 Bedroom Apartment

Finding an apartment in Atlanta is easier when you narrow your search by clearly defining what it is you are looking for. While living in Downtown or Midtown can put you close to work and where the action is, there are also apartments available for rent in other parts of the city worth checking out. You'll find apartment rentals in neighborhoods like Ansley Park, Buckhead, Emory, Highlands and Westend, just to name a few. Aside from location, you'll also want to determine how much square footage you require and what sort of amenities you're looking for.