Suwanee's location on the northern edge of Atlanta's northern suburbs means that many who live here face the daunting commutes the area is famous for. If you are lucky enough to work locally, the world is your oyster. When you consider moving to Suwanee, start looking for your rental apartment as soon as you can. At just about six percent, the city has one of the lowest vacancy rates in the area. For houses, it's even lower, coming in just over three percent. It's a sought after living destination and that's reflected in the monthly rents, which are higher than most other Atlanta suburbs. As a suburb, Suwanee doesn't have definable neighborhoods within its borders, but you can expect to find available properties ranging from luxury apartments and condos to home rentals for families.
Sometimes, you get what you pay for. The payoff has been big green spaces, reasonable development with infrastructure improvements, and top-level schools. This investment in the community's infrastructure has yeilded plenty of recreational spaces for residents. Plus, all of the attractions of the greater Atlanta area are close, along with the outdoor recreation northern Georgia is known for. Rivers, lakes, hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding are just some of the options. The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area and the expansive George Pierce Park are local gems. Suwanee Creek Park features a nice trail system. After you find your new home in Suwanee, you might just be singing too!