A Dynamic Region

Founded as a railroad terminus, metro Atlanta has become one of the nation’s largest, most dynamic regions. It's the economic and cultural capital of the southeast, with a growing population that's becoming more diverse.

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What Will Atlanta Look Like in 2050?

ARC forecasts the 21-county Atlanta region will potentially add 2.9 million people by 2050, bringing the region’s total population to 8.6 million.

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Growth on the Rise

The 10-county Atlanta region added 69,200 residents between April 2015 and April 2016, the most since the Great Recession. The population growth is occurring in both the suburbs and central core.

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Neighborhood Nexus

ARC's interactive data tool is an invaluable community resource that provides the most accurate, up-to-date information about the Atlanta region’s communities and neighborhoods.

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