Smyrna, Georgia is a medium sized city located 10 miles northwest ofAtlanta. Condominium offerings range from small developments with one and two bedroom units to upscale townhouses with multiple bedrooms and baths, private patios, modern kitchens and fireplaces. Smyrna is one of the more upscale communities in the state, with a charm and character of its own.
The neighborhoods of Smyrna reflect the demographics of its residents, ranging from artists and designers to managers and professionals. If you are interested in high end townhouses, the Anderson Drive SE/Westwood Circle SE neighborhood in the western part of the city is an ideal choice. This part of town is has a mixture of established and recent construction. Additionally, the Pebblebrook Estates/Oakdale section of town in the south offers more affordable options for families and up and coming professionals. In the north, the Cumberland Glen Lane SE/Cumberland Glen Lane region has some of the city’s most established neighborhoods, with offerings that reflect the middle income lifestyles of the residents who live there. This area is also an ideal location for college students and young, single professionals. Smyrna’s Market Village in the city center attracts residents and visitors to a variety of outdoor concerts and festivals. The city has a number of parks, pools and playgrounds for the public to enjoy.
Smyrna’s population has a high number of white collar professionals who work as managers, sales people and office workers. The city’s creative individuals work as artists and designers in the media sector. The Atlanta Bread Company is headquartered in Smyrna. IBM and Eaton Corporation also have offices in the city. Non-professional jobs are available in the travel, hospitality, tourism, transportation, warehousing and health care industries. Top employers are Pizza Hut, Petsmart, Home Depot and WellStar Health System. Residents are within commuting distance to job opportunities in Atlanta,AlpharettaandMarietta. Citizens also have access to employment via Cobb Community Transit and Marta public buses.