GA400: The Hospitality Highway Signs on the Lenox Road “Loop,” Interstate 85, and GA400 officially designate GA400 the “Hospitality Highway” by the State of Georgia as a special area for tourists’ road-traveling pleasure.This limited-access highway runs from Atlanta 60 miles north to Dahlonega and, indeed, affords tourists abundant opportunities for...
Whether you're an out-of-town visitor planning a vacation to Buckhead or a resident looking for a staycation, there is no shortage of places to eat, see, play, and stay in the area.Dining Buckhead is known as “the dining room of Georgia.” There are nearly 300 establishments serving food and beverages...
To say that 2020 was a year of unprecedented events is to vastly understate the transformations that took place in nearly every facet of life. Buckhead went through its share of changes, and while some challenges remain, there are many people in this community working to ensure that we...
Buckhead has a long history, with the area first occupied by Cherokee and Creek Indians, farmers, hunters, traders, and warriors. By the 1820s, however, they had “sold off” to the White man most of their lands, which were subsequently occupied by Andrew Jackson’s military.It is recorded that in 1838,...
Buckhead receives high marks by nearly every index, and is certainly a success story recognized around the country. A book of facts like the 2021 Buckhead Guidebook tells where we have been and where we are, but charting a vision for where we want to go is equally important....
About the Buckhead Guidebook
An award-winning resource for residents, newcomers, visitors, and investors interested in this North Atlanta community, plus extensive data for journalists, realtors, and politicians.
Take a look at the excellent private and public schools, the variety of houses of worship, and many active civic organizations, and you’ll see why Buckhead is a thriving community.
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- Educational Institutions—Elementary, Middle, & High
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Boundaries of Buckhead
The official boundaries of the Buckhead community (adopted in 1982 by the Buckhead Business Association, in 1988 by the Buckhead Coalition, in 1990 by the Georgia House of Representatives, and in 1991 by the Atlanta Regional Commission) include that portion of north Atlanta bounded by the city limits and DeKalb County line on the east; the city limits line on the north; the city limits and Cobb County line on the west, and Peachtree Creek from the Chattahoochee River to Interstate 75, Interstate 75 to Interstate 85, and Interstate 85 to DeKalb County on the south. These boundaries were designed with assistance from the Geography Department of Georgia State University using major landmarks and, more importantly, incorporating U.S. Census tracts then numbered 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, and 100. Having the resource of this database, of course, is of significant importance in planning efforts and other statistically related programs. The total area contains approximately 28 square miles and is about four miles from Atlanta’s central downtown.