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Union City, Georgia, 30291
2 Bedrooms$685 - $828
3+ Bedrooms$750 - $925
Union City, Georgia, 30291
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Union City, Georgia, 30291
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Fairburn, Georgia, 30213
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“The Progressive City”
Searching for an apartment rental in a quiet, Atlanta area suburb? Union City, Georgia hosts a variety of apartments for rent with tons of amenities and options on MyNewPlace.com. Located in Fulton County, Union City is a small-town community and is nicknamed “The Progressive City.” It is also conveniently located along the I-85 corridor and neighbors Fairburn some few miles away. Whether you are searching for a simple, single-bedroom rental or a space for your entire family and pets, the [AptGuideLink] and tools on MyNewPlace allow you to customize your apartment search to fit your needs. Check out what locals have to say about Union City today!
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Union City is a small, quaint city just twenty-five minutes from the Atlanta International airport and the hustle and bustle of the state capital. Take advantage of the search tools on our website to find a variety of floor plans, amenities, and living options available with apartment rental listings in Union City on MyNewPlace.com. Don’t miss out on becoming part of the “Progressive City” today!
In Union City
Union City hosts several local events, festivals, and parades so your new apartment doesn’t have to be far from all the local fun. Residents enjoy shopping at the nearby Union Station Mall in the historic town which recently celebrated its 100th anniversary! The public schools are part of Fulton County Schools and include the Hapeville Charter Career Academy, which cooperates with Atlanta Technical College in order to provide advanced programs of study for high school students in the area. Whether you’re looking for a great school system or a place with all the conveniences of a larger city, you’ve come to the right place.
An Active Community
With nearby Dixie Lakes Park and golf courses like the Durham Lake Country Club, Union City prides itself on being an active, healthy community. The local parks and recreation district hosts annual events like the Omnium Race, which is part of the Georgia Cup cycling race series, and the annual city Cancer Walk. The city is also consciously affiliated with First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Campaign to end child obesity. It’s easy to stay fit when there are so many great opportunities to get out and get moving!
The Area Surrounding Union City
Neighboring Fairburn on the I-85 corridor to the southwest, several other Fulton County cities border the city and create a hub of activity and entertainment. Fulton County boasts its own arts council, ongoing local attractions, and a parks and recreation district as well. The city is less than twenty miles from the center of Atlanta and residents stay connected to the culture and nightlife of the downtown area via the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transportation Authority trains and bus routes. Don’t miss out on great apartment rentals in the Union City, Georgia area! Check out listings on MyNewPlace.com today!
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Is Union City a good place for younger people?
Yes, Union City is a good place for younger people. Despite its smallish size, with a population of about 21,000, Union City is full of many young, single professionals. Perhaps its proximity to Atlanta, of which it is a suburb, plays a part in attracting this demographic. Union City is is an especiallly good place for younger people that want to live near, and perhaps work in, the city, but prefer to reside in a smaller, more manageable town. And, compared to the rest of the country, the cost of living in Union City is 13 percent lower than the US average, making it a good place for the budget-conscious younger set.