"Discover life in College Park apartments. This city is about 10 miles southwest of downtown Atlanta and just inside the I-285 Perimeter. This means that as a resident of College Park, you will be able to get downtown in as little as 15 minutes!
In fact, proximity to the central business district is a major factor for those considering College Park apartments. Commuting to work in the Atlanta metro area can be problematic and hectic. But living in apartments in College Park, you'll be just minutes away from 2 MARTA (Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) train stations and several MARTA bus stops.
Another reason College Park is an attractive place to live in the Atlanta metro region is the charming downtown area of College Park. College Park boasts well over 800 structures including homes, churches, businesses, landmarks and more that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Also, unique thrift shops and locally-owned restaurants line the streets in downtown College Park. Where there was once a gas station now stands the hip bar and restaurant, Brake Pad. It's a popular place for hanging out after work and could be just a short walk away from your College Park apartment.
Notable schools in the area include Woodward Academy, the largest private school in the nation and Banneker High School, once attended by Grammy award-winning rapper and actor Christopher Ludacris Bridges.
One of Atlanta's largest employers, Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, is literally 5 minutes away. So if you work for the airline industry, College Park apartment living may be ideal.
You don't have to head to downtown Atlanta for satisfying recreation though. College Park, GA has you covered. You can get fit and get dancing at Ballethnic Dance Company where dance education and training is available for all ages and levels. Or play the 9 holes at the College Park Municipal Golf Course. There are a number of activities to get involved in near your apartment right here in College Park. "