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At a Glance
Come Home to Quality!
Why Live Here?
Cascade at Gwinnett is a community offering a great residential environment and excellent customer service for our residents. We offer one and two bedroom apartment homes that are sure to please everyone. Whether you want to relax by our resort-style pool or play a vigorous game of tennis or racquet ball on our community courts, Cascade is sure to have something for you! We are close to shopping, dining and entertainment and have easy access to I -85 and Hwy 316.
  • Playground
  • Package Receiving
  • Near Public Transit
  • Clubhouse
  • BBQ/Picnic Area
  • Sparkling Swimming Pool
  • Appliance Package Upgrade Available
  • Courtesy Officer
  • Resident Activities
  • On-Site Laundry Facility
  • Pet Friendly Community (up to 60b. weight, 2 pets max)
  • Friendly Professional On-Site Management
  • State-of-Art Fitness Center
  • 24 Hour Emergency Maintenance
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: Dog breeds (including mixed breeds) deemed aggressive or potentially aggressive. We do not accept the following breeds: Akitas; Alaskan Malamutes; Chow Chows; Doberman Pinchers; German Shepards; Pit Bulls and Staffordshire Terriers; Presa Canarios; Rottweilers; Siberian Huskies and Wolf-Hybrids
Building Information
  • Built: 1987
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 12-14,month leases


About Duluth, GA

A small suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, Duluth was ranked number 26 on Forbes list of America's Best Places to Move in 2009. The suburb shares the name of the famous Duluth, Minnesota, which is no coincidence. It was named after the city once the north-south rail lines were completed in 1871, which connected it with the city in Minnesota. Originally the area bore the name Howell's Crossing for the Howell family who lived in the area for generations.