Atlanta, Georgia

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Find Your Home in Atlanta

Find Your Home in Atlanta

Big City Culture, Low Cost of Living

Right in the heart of Atlanta’s well-renowned Peachtree Street, sits CapTech’s office, just minutes from some of the city’s biggest attractions including the Coca Cola Museum and Bobby Dodd Stadium. The cost-affordable “city in a forestranks in the top 50 in a 2018 U.S. News and World Report list of the Best Places to Live in the United States.
Atlanta: Food and Drink

Food + Drink

Atlanta’s reputation has risen in recent years as the southern foodie capital.  

Atlanta: Arts and History

Arts + History

  • The birthplace of the civil rights movement’s most recognizable leader, Martin Luther King, Atlanta hosts the Center for Civil and Human Rights museum and the King Center.
  • The High Museum of Art, is the leading art museum in the southeastern United States and features world class permanent collections and partnerships with the Louvre and the New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
  • Clothes and movie lovers will get a kick out of the SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion and Film, which “celebrates fashion as a universal language, garments as important conduits of identity, and film as an immersive and memorable medium.”
Atlanta: Entertainment

Entertainment

Atlanta has recently been called the new Hollywood of the South and it’s no wonder. In 2016, more major feature films were made in Georgia than in California, according to data from the Los Angeles film office.

Atlanta: Education

Education

Looking to further your education? Atlanta is home to over ten colleges and universities offering graduate degrees. From big names like Georgia Tech and Emory University, to lesser-known schools like Clark Atlanta University and Oglethorpe University, you can continue your education and earn an advanced degree while you work for CapTech.
Atlanta: Health and Fitness

Health + Fitness

Atlanta ranks 26th on the healthiest U.S. cities and 2nd in the category of Fitness according to a 2018 survey by WalletHub