About the Atlanta Area
A report on America's top cities said that Buckhead is one of the best subcities in the U.S. The Robb Report magazine echoed this finding saying that Buckhead in the northern part of the city is among the most affluent districts in the U.S. It has become a growing commercial center with lots of retail shops, high end malls, fine dining restaurants, entertainment centers as well as office and residential buildings some of which are in the more than 40-story range. Among the newest towers there are the 42-story luxury hotel and condominium called The Mansion and the 50-story Peachtree/Sovereign. Additionally, Buckhead is also the financial center of the city with a big part of Atlanta's workforce employed here.  This is your 1 stop shop for Buckhead Foreclosures.
Atlanta is also known for its five star restaurants and hotels.  Offering more choices since 1959, Lenox Square is the Southeast's premier shopping destination.  Lenox Square is anchored by Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus and Macy's, and features nearly 250 specialty stores - shops like Anthropologie, BCBG, Bobby Jones, Burberry, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Cartier, David Yurman, Louis Vuitton, Kate Spade, Hermes, Polo Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Shabby Chic, St. John, and Zara.  Experience fine dining at Prime or Clubhouse. The South has spoken and the word is Phipps Plaza .....It's among the best of the South! Phipps Plaza - named a "Southern Best" in Southern Living magazine's Readers' Choice Awards - is anchored by Nordstrom, Belk, and Saks Fifth Avenue. As the Southeast's premier upscale shopping center, Phipps Plaza is home to more than 100 specialty stores including Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Jimmy Choo, and Juicy Couture.  At Phipps Plaza you'll also find four full service restaurants, a food court, and a 14-screen AMC theatre.  The Phipps Plaza Valet is located at the main Peachtree Road entrance and is available to guests for a fee of $7.  
There are so many other sights to see, whether it's cheering for your favorite university ball game at Georgia Tech, Georgia State, Morehouse, Emory, Spelman or Clark, or attending the Louvre Atlanta exhibits at the High Museum of Art in the heart of Midtown.  Root on the home team at Turner Field with other Atlanta Braves fans, and tailgate at the Georgia Dome when the Falcons are in town.  Take a lazy Sunday at Piedmont Park or Centennial Park or by strolling through the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Taste Coca-Cola products from around the world at The World of Coca-Cola.  Across the way is the Georgia Aquarium, where you can visit the ocean without having to hire a boat.  In Grant Park, monkey around at Zoo Atlanta. Experience Atlanta's unique culture and flavor at Atlantic Station.