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Old 01-13-2007, 02:46 AM
 
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I have a question regarding the county location of Duluth. I know most of the city is in gwinnett, but the apt. I'm looking at on state bridge rd has duluth in fulton county. Is that right Its near the atlanta athletic club. Oh by the way does anyone know what that area is like to live in. My job is in downtown atl at emory, so how long a drive would it be?
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Old 01-13-2007, 05:07 AM
 
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That location is in city of John's Creek, not Duluth. Blame US postal office for the confusing. It is nice location. Are you talking about Emory hospital in downtown or Emory University? Either way, that's going to long drive.
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Old 01-18-2007, 12:01 PM
 
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I have a question regarding the county location of Duluth. I know most of the city is in gwinnett, but the apt. I'm looking at on state bridge rd has duluth in fulton county. Is that right Its near the atlanta athletic club. Oh by the way does anyone know what that area is like to live in. My job is in downtown atl at emory, so how long a drive would it be?
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You would be close to the Chattahoochee River and the area is considered very desirable.

There are several areas in metro Atlanta where the boundary lines for adjacent counties make life confusing. IIRC, in that area you might also suddenly find yourself in Forsyth county. Strange, I know.

You should visit the area for a few days and calculate the drive yourself. Rush hour starts early --maybe by 5:30 AM--and you probably need to allow at least an hour to get to Emory. Guessing about 15 miles on Peachtree Industrial/I285 and then at least 12 miles further to Emory. Clairmont/N. DruidHills--heavily congested --stop and go. Not a good commute but there should be ways to make it less stressful. Emory staggers work schedules I believe.

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