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Old 02-13-2007, 12:05 PM
Location: 30328
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Yep - a healthy percentage of Sandy Springs' tax base is in fact located inside the Perimeter. This includes the hospital cluster (Northside, St. Jo's), as well as Cingular and Haverty. Uninformed people call the entire area Dunwoody but it is mostly Sandy Springs once you drive past the mall going from east to west. You can see the Dunwoody-SS border on Hammond Dr right after you drive past the Marta parking deck. The border is located somewhere east of Peachtree-Dunwoody road, probably a few blocks east of it.

Originally Posted by jxu66 View Post
pm posters stvincent or search his older posts. He got two kids in private schools. IMO, Paces is the best in Atlanta, but it is very difficult to get into from what I understand. https://www.city-data.com/forum/membe...cent-6933.html

Also, I just checked the map of city of Sandy Spring. I didn't realize that a part of Sandy Spring is inside of Perimeter. I always thought Sandy Spring/Dunwoody are neighborhood just outside of Perimeter. Anyway, I guess that if you live inside of Perimeter side of Sandy Spring, it is somewhat closer to Buckhead. Anyway, my impression of Sandy Spring/Dunwoody is that it is still very reclusive and pretty much bedroom community. Buckhead is more action oriented neighborhood.
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