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Monthly Archives: September 2013
College Park, Georgia in south Fulton and north Clayton counties is home to the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and the country’s largest private grade school, Woodward Academy; however, the Atlanta suburb offers residents a small town feel while being in the center of everything. Atlanta apartment renters choose apartments in College Park for their historic location and easy commute to downtown Atlanta by car or MARTA public transportation not to mention the affordable apartments for rent in College Park. The city also hosts several recreation, dining and entertainment venues that draw residents from all over metro Atlanta.
In 1929 the College Park Municipal Golf Course opened 9 holes of challenging play for the public. The publicly owned golf course serves residents of College Park apartments and metro Atlanta homeowners alike. Anyone can play and that is the #1 priority of College Park’s golf course. Three recreation centers offering everything from basketball to gymnastics also provide recreational resources to the community of College Park. Additionally, four parks mostly named for famous former College Park residents serve the city.
Restaurants in College Park range from comfortable country cooking to upscale fine dining experiences. Whether it is gastro-pub fare or award-winning bbq with sweet tea to quench your thirst and fill your belly, College Park apartment residents eat like royalty without breaking the bank. Cheap eats abound on Main Street.
After a round of golf on the municipal course, a delicious lunch on Main Street or both, renters can enjoy entertainment at any of the festivals routinely occurring in College Park. Wolfe Creek Amphitheater caters to music lovers with several events including Funk Fest and Gospel Explosion that occur annually. Apartment renters should keep an eye out for their favorite celebrities. Talented musical artist like Ludacris and Monica as well as star athletes like Cam Newton and Josh Smith once called College Park, GA home.
Stonetree Apartments in College Park deliver spacious apartments and townhomes with affordable rent. Come home to College Park, come home to Stonetree Apartments.
Atlanta serves as home and epicenter of cultural diversity in the South – and the United States, for that matter. Encompassing international art and décor in your Atlanta apartment is affordable and easy. You do not need to spend lots of money on Miami Circle in Buckhead to get authentic pieces to decorate your apartment in Atlanta, but it’s a great place to find inspiration.
Buford Highway hosts some of the most diverse shopping and dining in northeast Atlanta and DeKalb County. Whether you prefer Asian inspired work from Korea, Vietnam, Thailand… or crafts from South and Central America you will find plenty of affordable pieces to fill a spacious Atlanta townhouse or apartment. Many of these items are mass produced but you can find deals on legitimate items too.
Many shops in metro Atlanta specialize in fair trade. These specialty shops stock their shelves with fabric, art and handmade goods imported directly from artisans in other countries. Besides putting money in the pockets of true craftspeople, every item is a unique representation of a culture. Bring a piece of history and art into your apartment rental without leaving Atlanta or breaking the bank.
Combining modern art with a few antiques is a great way to highlight a culture in your apartment. By incorporating natural elements like wood and stone from a region, you can honor the land as well. Fabric for drapes, upholstery and rugs can be used boldly or in an understated way to pull a diverse look together in your Atlanta apartment.
JAMCO Properties, Inc. proudly embraces diversity in our 20 Atlanta apartment communities and the work place.
It seems like your current rental starts to feel like home when suddenly it is time to relocate to a new Atlanta apartment. If it has been awhile since your last move, you may have forgotten how painful the transition can be. Unless you have hired professionals, you will rely on friends to help you. Buy them pizza and follow these tips to lighten the burden of moving into your next apartment rental.
First, get rid of some of your things. You have too much stuff to move. Sell items in a yard sale, donate things to charity and give stuff to friends. Minimizing the work load can begin when you start searching for your Atlanta apartment.
Then, have your remaining possessions packed before the movers arrive at your old apartment. Nothing will waste more time than having your pals or hired muscle watch you decide what goes in which box. Be ready for them to carry boxes.
Next, select the best volunteers for moving into your next Atlanta apartment rental. Mark boxes accurately to protect your friends. Do not let boxes exceed the appropriate weight for individuals to carry. Likewise, choose the right vehicles. A living room sofa will not fit in your friend’s hatchback.
Finally, consider hiring cleaners to take care of your vacated apartment unit. The place will need to be spotless to receive any or all of your security deposit back. Moving all of your things has likely taken its toll on you and your buddies, so why not let someone else take care of the old place? Start enjoying your new Atlanta apartment (and pizza) now!