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About Peachtree Corners

Peachtree Corners is a growing Georgia city bordered by the Chattahoochee River. It's one of the largest cities in the county and a major suburb of the city of Atlanta. Among the northern suburbs, it also has the distinction of being the only one that originated as a planned community. Peachtree Corners is a desirable community for both work and play, with half a dozen parks, a public library more than 2,300 businesses.

The History of Peachtree Corners

Peachtree Corners was originally known as Pinckneyville and was originally constructed as a planned community. It was designed in the 1960s by businessman Paul Duke, who envisioned a city where residents could enjoy home and work in close proximity, minimizing their commute and giving them more time for leisure. In the late 1970s, land developer Jim Cowart began to make this vision a reality when he developed the first Peachtree Corners neighborhood, known as Spalding Corners.

Development continued steadily over the following decades until Peachtree Corners was finally incorporated as a city in 2011. At the time, it was the 16th city to join Gwinnett County, as well as the largest, with about 40,000 residents.

Living in Peachtree Corners

Peachtree Corners is located in the greater Norcross area, which enjoys a fairly average cost of living. Housing and utilities are very affordable, which balances the slightly more expensive items like groceries, health care and transportation. One of the biggest benefits of living in Peachtree Corners is that it still retains the work-play balance that its original creators envisioned. The city is split evenly between residential and non-residential developments, so you can easily access shopping, dining, entertainment and work from nearly any home in the area.

Several parks throughout Peachtree Corners provide a peaceful place to enjoy the warm spring, summer and fall. One of the most popular is the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, nestled on the banks of the Chattahoochee River. Among the parks in Peachtree Corners, you'll find expansive green spaces, children's playgrounds and walking trails.

Peachtree Corners Schools

Students in Peachtree Corners attend schools in the Gwinnett County Public Schools district. The area also has a handful of private school options to choose from.

Resources for Moving to Peachtree Corners

Here's some useful information for organizing your move to Peachtree Corners:

  • Utilities: Peachtree Corners' primary utilities providers include the Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources and Georgia Power. Because natural gas is a deregulated service in the area, you have the ability to choose your own private company.
  • Garbage and Recycling: Waste Pro provides weekly trash and recycling collection services, billed for by the city.
  • Transportation: Gwinnett County Transit provides public transit in Peachtree Corners. You can also access a Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority station about 10 minutes outside the city, for rapid rail service that provides access to Atlanta and other major cities.

Peachtree Corners Housing

Peachtree Corners has a mix of properties to rent and buy, so you'll be able to browse many options no matter what your plans are. Home prices have risen in recent years and are well above the national average. Many of the homes in the area are large family homes on spacious lots, including both new construction and existing properties, but you can also find cozy, more affordable homes and town houses.