Dunwoody

A Traditional Suburb
About a thirty minute drive from Downtown Atlanta lies Dunwoody, a serene and quiet community, close to commerce and business. This neighborhood offers the classic suburban feel, home to many young adults, families, and professionals alike. It was recently incorporated in 2008, and maintains its peaceful atmosphere through greenspace expansion and improvement. The area is proud of its wide sidewalks, parks, and tight-knit sense of community. There are country clubs on the neighborhood edges, and historic farmhouse properties at its center. Perfect for commuters, Dunwoody is one of the few Atlanta suburbs with a MARTA train line connection which runs throughout the city and to transportation hubs.

For socializing, the neighborhood is filled with restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Residents like to frequent Marlow’s Tavern, Village Burger, and Dunwoody Tavern for a bite to eat. There are popular chains if you are looking for the familiar, like McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A, and Starbucks. There are also great parks to visit including Garrard Landing Park, Bernard Halpern Park, and Brook Run Park. Dunwoody is perfect for people who are looking for relaxed and quiet residential living with ample access to entertainment options.
What Dunwoody Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.0
value
5.0
amenities
7.0
social
6.0
management
7.0
safety
1.7
Median rents in Dunwoody
Studio
$
1 Bedroom
$
1,250
2 Bedroom
$
1,520

Getting to Know
Dunwoody

Neighborhood Boundaries

Best Apartments
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1 Bed $1,112
2 Beds $1,235

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1 Bed $1,119
2 Beds $1,409
3 Beds $1,889

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1 Bed $1,200
2 Beds $1,735

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1 Bed $1,306
2 Beds $1,789

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1 Bed $1,178
2 Beds $1,480
3 Beds $1,640

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