Sandy Springs, Georgia 

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Sandy Springs Homes for Sale - 2/17/2014
Sandy Springs GA is one of the cities that is well know to be one of the best places to live in Georgia. Many fortune 500 corporation calls Sandy Springs home, the real estate values in Sandy Springs is constantly moving up in large part due to the large number of employers located in Sandy Springs. America's Network Realty Group, Inc. has been serving the Sandy Springs Community of over 20 years, locally owned with a most the real estate agents living and serving in Sandy Springs. For all your real estate needs in Sandy Springs call as at 404-855-3070 or visit our website at Read More

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Sandy Springs living - 2/2/2014
Sandy Springs is decent area close lots of things atlanta has to offer for family activities and social gatherings. Read More

Many choices for Jews in Sandy Springs, GA - 10/27/2012
There are lots of choices for schools, synagogues and community organizations for Jews in Sandy Springs. There are three Jewish day schools and a Jewish high school, for starters. The JCC is close by, in Dunwoody. The Atlanta Jewish Federation has an interactive map on its website where you can find what you need. Read More

Great Place to Live - 5/16/2011
Sandy Springs is a great place to live! Great schools, great local businesses, beautiful trees. Since becoming an incorporated city five years ago, we've seen continuing improvements to the area in the roads, sidewalks, police coverage, and code enforcements on businesses and apartments.  Read More

Qulity of life getting better and better - 5/1/2009
Sandy Springs, after over 20 years of perseverence, became a city in December of 2005. We used to be considered an unincorporated area of metro Atlanta. Since the income of the residents of this area was - and continues to be - nearly twice the average of Atlanta (therefore, so was the tax revenue collected from us), the Atlanta City Council would redistribute our tax money to the "less advantaged" inner city and south Atlanta residents as well as the woefully mismanaged and perenially money-losing Grady Hospital.

The Atlanta City Council invested none of the tax revenues collected from this community back into it. The result was ignored landlord violations that resulted in run-down, slum-like apartments occupied by illegal Mexicans; drug trafficking; no investment in infrastructure in this area of the city for years; and a non-existent police presence.

That all changed once we - with a nearly unanimous vote - became a city. We have our own police and Read More

Things are changing - 5/6/2008
I have lived in Sandy Springs since 1999. During the time I've lived here I've noticed an improvement in the quality of life here - many of the old dumpy shopping centers have been remodeled, many of the homes have been updated. In addition a new park and sidewalks are being added in the area close to my home - Riverside/Abernathy/Johnson Ferry Road Read More

Things are changing - 5/6/2008
I have lived in Sandy Springs since 1999. During the time I've lived here I've noticed an improvement in the quality of life here - many of the old dumpy shopping centers have been remodeled, many of the homes have been updated. In addition a new park and sidewalks are being added in the area close to my home - Riverside/Abernathy/Johnson Ferry Road Read More

Things are changing - 5/6/2008
I have lived in Sandy Springs since 1999. During the time I've lived here I've noticed an improvement in the quality of life here - many of the old dumpy shopping centers have been remodeled, many of the homes have been updated. In addition a new park and sidewalks are being added in the area close to my home - Riverside/Abernathy/Johnson Ferry Road Read More

This is a City?? - 6/1/2006
Nothing about Sandy Springs resembles a city. There is no downtown, no main street, no signature civic buildings, and hardly any sidewalks. Sandy Springs for all intents and purposes is nothing but suburban sprawl. Atleast neighboring Roswell, another north Atlanta suburb, does at least have an historic town center. Sandy Springs' center, if you can even identify a center, is a garish stretch of Roswell Rd lined with fast food joints and indistinguishable strip malls. There are indeed some very big homes in Sandy Springs, but no real neighborhoods intertwined into a community. Instead, Sandy Springs is made up of subdivision enclaves, with one entrance and exit onto a major road. Of course this pattern of development makes for a horrendous traffic situation. If you try to walk anywhere in Sandy Springs be prepared for people to give you looks of disbelief: "Why is this crazy person trying to walk, and not drive?" What few sidewalks that do exist end abruptly and force pedestrians to Read More


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