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Dunwoody, Georgia, 30338
1 Bedroom$735 - $1,035
2 Bedrooms$920 - $1,614
Atlanta, Georgia, 30346
1 Bedroom$1,129 - $1,374
2 Bedrooms$1,467 - $1,866
Atlanta, Georgia, 30341
1 Bedroom$814 - $1,275
2 Bedrooms$1,152 - $1,620
3 Bedrooms$1,650 - $1,805
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Dunwoody apartments are expertly laid out near city natural spaces and appealing during all four seasons - whether you are searching in the mid winter or any other time of the year. Need a certain amenity like a balcony or a platinum apartment? Use our search filters to find that perfect place in Dunwoody.
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Dunwoody, Georgia the perfect place for your next apartment! Although it is the newest city in Georgia, having been distinguished as a suburb of Atlanta in 2008, the area is home Perimeter Center which is a major economic hub for the area. By moving here, you can shorten your daily commute and get a break from the city lifestyle without losing any of the benefits of living in Atlanta. Dunwoody is a short twenty miles from downtown Atlanta so you won’t be far from all the sports action with the Atlanta Falcons and Braves next door. But you don’t even have to travel to enjoy great community amenities like the Brook Run Park. Brook Run covers 120 acres of Dunwoody and provides numerous features like a children’s playground, a dog park, a skate park, and a community garden. The Spruill Center for the Arts, the Stage Door Players, the local community center, and the Dunwoody Nature Center are all great recreational activities that provide the city with its own sense of culture. Use LocalTalk to find out about the local buzz and more!
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Great Amenities to Fit Your Needs
Finding the best city to fit your needs can be tricky, but MyNewPlace wants to make finding your new apartment easy! Check out the local amenities, averaged rents, and all the benefits of living in Dunwoody. Home to a large portion of Perimeter Center, it’s the perfect place for residents on the commute. Atlanta is just about twenty miles away, so you’ll be close to the local sporting events of the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta Braves. There are more than 160 acres of parks and landscaping plus eight golf courses in the eight surrounding miles. Dunwoody offers a great public education for residents and their children with twelve area schools. The Dunwoody Nature Center is an education opportunity open to children and adults alike to take a close-up look at nature or participate in community service opportunities. Perimeter Mall is located just off of Perimeter Center and offers over 200 shops and services in addition to six restaurants. A great city in a great location! Get Active in Dunwoody When you rent an apartment here, you can find small town amenities which offer a culture different from that of all other Atlanta suburbs. More than 160 acres are designated for parks and recreation which provide a great balance of beautiful landscaping and city life. The Jim Benson Bike trail is a great amenity providing a unique way to get daily exercise or check out Dunwoody Cycling and find a great group bike ride. The Brook Run Park is another great way to get active! Brook Run is the largest park in the city with over 100 acres. Brook Run offers a kids’ playground, skate park, community garden, and a community dog park! The Dunwoody Green Market offers only locally grown organic fruits, veggies, honey, and is a great resource for the freshest goods.
A Rich Culture in Dunwoody
Enrich your cultural horizons through a variety of community amenities including the Spruill Center for the Arts, a great place to take an art class or check out local artist’s work in the gallery. The Stage Door Players are a professional theatre offering a variety of productions for both adult and children audiences. Donaldson-Bannister Farm is recreational and educational way to spend an afternoon learning about the history of the area and the Civil War. Dunwoody proves to be an amazing place to spend your free time!
Average Apartment Rent in Dunwoody, Georgia
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Dunwoody Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Dunwoody have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In September the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Dunwoody apartment cost $970. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Dunwoody apartment was $1,148 in September. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in September was $1,221. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Dunwoody rentals listed below.
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Does Dunwoody have a local coffeeshop where all the locals hang out?
With a relaxing atmosphere amidst its dimly-lit, intimate interiors, Cafe Intermezzo is where all the Dunwoody locals head to get their java fix. Situated on Ashford-Dunwoody Road, Cafe Intermezzo offers an extensive drink menu with a full bar and every kind of coffee you can imagine. Intermezzo also serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as their world-class desserts (The homemade cheesecake is a must try.). The cafe is often packed and the prices are a bit higher than your run-of-the-mill coffee shop, but every Cafe Intermezzo patron will tell you- it is well worth it.
Is Dunwoody a good place for families?
A picturesque community with a rich history that dates back to the early 1800's, Dunwoody is the perfect place to raise a family. Just minutes from the heart of Atlanta, Dunwoody is a growing, thriving community with a mild climate, an excellent public school system, and several major corporate offices located right in town, including Porsche Cars North America and Intercontinental Hotels Group. Dunwoody is the third wealthiest city in Georgia and boasts some of the metro-area's top dining, shopping, and recreational destinations including the Perimeter Mall and the Dunwoody Nature Center.
Does Dunwoody have any famous museums or exhibitions?
Although Dunwoody isn't home to any famous museums or exhibitions, there are plenty of museums nearby. A half hour's drive south, Atlanta is home to many significant art museums, including the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, and the Michael C. Carlos Museum. Closer to Dunwoody, Sandy Springs has the Williams Payne House, a historic farmhouse that dates back to 1866. Roswell's Chattahoochee Nature Center aims to provide unique, nature-based learning experiences focused on the Chattahoochee River that connect people to their environment. Duluth is home to the Southeastern Railway Museum.
Do most people in Dunwoody rely on public transportation?
Technically, no. But over 4 percent does, which is actually 251 percent greater than the Georgia average and 160 percent greater than the national average. The most utilized mode of public transportation in town is the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) rail system, which provides Dunwoody residents with metro access to Atlanta and points in between. The Dunwoody Transit Station is part of MARTA's Red Line.