Atlanta is the capital of Georgia, and is also the state's most populous city. The city has a diverse economy that ranks 8th in the nation and 36th in the world, and as such it is considered an "alpha-city" or "world city." There are plenty of new houses being built in the city all the time. Most available right now are three bedroom units with sturdy, blockish stone and brick facades. These include full houses as well as many condominiums.
Atlanta enjoys a variety of different architectural designs and layout for it houses which were built in many different time periods. Inman Park was the first planned suburb of Atlanta and is still a great place to live even today. It is regarded as a highly desirable neighborhood that has a wide variety of living options, from small and medium bungalows to illustrious Victorian mansions. On the east side of the city can be found East Atlanta, a place voted "Best Neighborhood" in the city by readers of Creative Loafing. A new library has recently been added and many older areas have been restored. Many events take place in East Atlanta, including the East Atlanta Craft Beer Festival and the EAV Farmers Market. West Midtown or Westside is where people can move into a more urban setting, with many lofts and art galleries.
Of all the cities in the US, Atlanta has the third-largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies. It is the global headquarters of the Coca-Cola Company, as well as other major corporations like Home Depot and UPS. The company in Atlanta that employs the most people is Delta Air Lines. Behind that company is AT&T. Both of these companies, as well as Emory University, each respectively employs over 20,000 individuals. Cox Enterprises is a privately held conglomerate which focuses on communications and automotive, and it makes up the next largest source of employment for Atlantans.