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Old 05-29-2014, 10:31 AM
 
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Hello everyone!

My husband and I are moving from another state to Georgia in July. Actually my husband is already there working and looking for a 2 bedroom apartment to rent while I will be there in July. We are looking for an apartment in Duluth, but we do not know where there are good and bad areas in the city. Could anybody answer if the area near 3750 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Duluth, GA 30096 is bad or good? By the way, we do not have kids so we do not need good schools in the area.

Thank you
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Old 05-29-2014, 02:42 PM
 
Location: Johns Creek, Georgia
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Hi Viva,

You should be fine near 3750 Peachtree Industrial without any kids. You are near Atlanta's Korea Town and there are several 24 hour restaurants, late night cafes, bars.... etc this part of Duluth never sleeps, but I am not sure if you and your husband are into that. If i had no kids and I was moving to Atlanta for the first time and renting, I think my wife and I would have a lot of fun renting around that area for the first year.

The part of Duluth that I would probably stay away from is the other side of I-85 on Pleasant Hill. Any area north of 120 is the nicer part of Duluth. Before Johns Creek City got incorporated, the Northview HS cluster used to be called Duluth, 30097, which is definitely the nicer part of Duluth, but the rent prices are bit higher there due to the schools.

hope this helps.
James

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Old 05-29-2014, 02:51 PM
 
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Hi Viva,
You should be fine near 3750 Peachtree Industrial without any kids. You are near Atlanta's Korea Town and there are several 24 hour restaurants etc there. The part of Duluth that I would probably stay away is probably the other side of I-85 on Pleasant Hill. Any area north of 120 is the nicer part of Duluth. Before Johns Creek City got incorporated, the Northview HS cluster used to be called Duluth, 30097, which is definitely the nicer part of Duluth, but the rent prices are bit higher there due to the schools.

hope this helps.
James
Thank you very much for your reply. I asked about a particular area because there is an apartment complex there which allows us to have a ferret. If most apartment complexes allowed them, we would definitely look for in better areas. We called several apartment complexes in Suwanee and Buford, and none of them allowed.
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Old 05-31-2014, 05:07 AM
 
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Viva, the address is Duluth, but it's very close to Berkeley Lake, which is considered to be a very good area. You'd be fine there! Ferrets are so cute!
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Old 06-02-2014, 01:33 PM
 
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Viva, the address is Duluth, but it's very close to Berkeley Lake, which is considered to be a very good area. You'd be fine there! Ferrets are so cute!
Thank you I hope we will not have any problems living there.
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