Don't Call it a Suburb

Sandy Springs is the sixth largest city in Georgia. The city sits just north of Atlanta. Close enough to take advantage of everything the metro area has to offer, but with a distinct personality all its own. It’s easy to connect with metro Atlanta from here, with easy access to I-285 and GA400, but there’s so much going on in Sandy Springs you might not want to leave!


Sandy Springs has come a long way from its rural beginnings. Residents enjoy quiet, comfortable neighborhoods with character and charm. Where the homes don't all look like they came from the same cookie cutter. And the residents themselves are just as varied and interesting.

Outdoor Living

Sandy Springs has much to offer the outdoors enthusiast. From neighborhood swim and tennis, to the Chattahoochee River running the city's entire western border. Sandy Springs has 16 city parks and Chattahoochee National Recreation Areas. All together that's 950 acres of green space!
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Sandy Springs is home to some of the best restaurants in Metro Atlanta. Flavors from around the world are skillfully prepared every day. From major chains to local favorites, and from brunch to brew-pubs, Sandy Springs offers something for every palate.


The savvy shopper will find a lot to love about Sandy Springs. In addition to the stores you may be accustomed to, you’ll be delighted by unique merchants and high-end boutiques. Perimeter Mall is right around the corner, and Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square Mall are a short drive away.


Great businesses and great communities go hand in hand. Nine Fortune 500+ companies are headquartered here, and Sandy Springs has been recognized as one of the best cities in the country for small businesses. Sandy Springs was the top of the list in Yelp’s rankings of businesses that go above and beyond to serve their customers.