Millennials Want to Live in These Atlanta Locations

The largest demographic in the American workforce today are Millennials. Brands and companies of all sizes recognize the value of this powerful demographic. These new young professionals offer great potential for building long-term customer relationships now and in the future but where do Millennials want to live? According to US Census data and other sources, notes that Millennials want to live in cities where they have good job opportunities, affordable cost of living, and access to dining and entertainment options nearby.

Millennials in Atlanta

As leading home builders in Atlanta for the past 20+ years, we understand the importance of reaching Millennials as the next generation of new homebuyers for today and tomorrow. We’re consistently doing all we can to stay informed about where future homebuyers want to live in metro Atlanta and why. The ranking and review site, Niche asked a similar question about these young Atlanta professionals and the Atlanta Business Chronicle rolled them up into a shorter list of metro suburbs. See the Top 20 below plus links to the new home communities we have available in these locations or in neighborhoods that are very nearby.

Vinings, North Druid Hills, North Decatur, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Scottdale, Druid Hills, Smyrna, Chamblee, Decatur, Duluth, Alpharetta, Suwanee, Milton, Roswell, Woodstock, Holly Springs, Marietta, Kennesaw, and NE Cobb.

Opportunities Available

If you’re looking or planning to become an Atlanta homeowner before the end of this year or in the near future, then we invite you to come and see the affordable new homes and townhomes currently offered. Depending on location, several are ready for fast move-ins while others are in various stages of construction waiting for homebuyers to select their personal features and finishes. See our award-winning new home communities with ownership opportunities available in West Midtown on the Westside, the Smyrna-Vinings area, Woodstock, Norcross, and Marietta.