Governor Deal promises to take charge and attempt to find funding for as many high profile projects as possible. Of course, it’s a big state, and what dollars we could have contained to here in Metro Atlanta may now go towards traffic and infrastructure improvements at the Port of Savannah. After all, the Governor has an entire state to look out for, not just one metro area.
Other elected officials have vowed to raise the gas tax and install additional toll lanes from the suburbs into Atlanta. Not only could your gas start getting more expensive, you may also be required to pay to use the roads. Of course, they could choose not to do either and simply allow congestion to increase with no true plan for future growth.
Just because your neighbors don’t want to get out of traffic doesn’t mean that you still have to suffer. There is a way for you to eliminate your commute faster than they could have even completed the first project. Join the move Intown! The Intown Atlanta neighborhoods have been appreciating for the past year, while homes in the burbs continue to depreciate. Revitalized neighborhoods have all the same ammenities including national chain grocers, clothing retailers, personal services along with gyms and fitness centers.
Take a look at what’s available Intown today by visiting www.BuyEastPoint.com. East Point is just one great intown community that is serviced by two MARTA Stations, is located 10 minutes from either downtown or the airport, and has direct access to I-85, I-285 & GA-166/Langford Parkway. Go down the street a few blocks and hit Historic College Park, complete with new construction homes, nationally acclaimed private school and a thriving downtown.
Looking for something different? West Midtown and Castleberry Hill offer some of the most interesting loft conversions in all of Metro Atlanta. Inman Park is Atlanta’s Oldest Suburb, located minutes from downtown and surrounded by other amazing neighborhoods each filled with old & new homes alike.
Downtown Atlanta is not that scary place your parents taught you not to go to. It is a thriving community surrounded by dozens of unique neighborhoods. All of them are minutes from various business districts, shopping, entertainment and more.
Tired of traffic? Leave it behind and move Intown Today!
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