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Our Location


532 Cleveland Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30315


DRIVING DIRECTIONS:

From Downtown - Head south on Interstate 85 approximately 5 miles towards Metropolitan Parkway. Exit on Metropolitan Parkway and head south 500 feet to the intersection of Cleveland Avenue. Turn left onto Cleveland Avenue and we are immediately on your right.

From Airport - Head north on Interstate 85 approximately 5 miles towards Cleveland Avenue. Exit at Cleveland Avenue and turn right. Head east approximately 800 feet. We are just past the intersection of Metropolitan Parkway on right right.

Nearby Shopping, Dining, Golf And Attractions


CVS Drug Store 200 feet
Family Dollar 250 feet
Kroger Grocery Store 250 feet
Interstate 85 Access 0.2 miles
Interstate 75 Access 0.3 miles
Walmart Supercenter 0.7 miles
Cleveland Avenue Library 0.9 miles
Chik Fil-A 1.0 miles
Brown's Mill Golf Course 1.8 miles
South Bend Park 3.5 miles
Turner Field 4.5 miles
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport 5.0 miles
Downtown Atlanta 5.5 miles
A-1 Dry Cleaners 5.9 miles
Greenbriar Mall, 6.7 miles

About Atlanta, Georgia


Atlanta is the capital and the most populous city of the State of Georgia, and the central city of the ninth most populous metropolitan area in the United States. It is the county seat of Fulton County, although a portion of the city extends into DeKalb County. According to the 2013 census estimate, the city has a population of 447,841 and a metropolitan population of 5,522,942.

A major city in its own right, Atlanta is considered a poster child for cities worldwide experiencing rapid urban sprawl, economic development and growth. In the last decade, the Atlanta metropolitan area added over 1,150,000 residents – the fourth-largest gain in absolute numbers of any metropolitan area in the United States. Atlanta is recognized as one of the driving forces of the "New South," and has in recent years, along with Houston, Miami and Dallas, undergone a transition from a city of regional commerce to a city of international influence.