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    2845 Holcomb Bridge Road, Alpharetta, GA 30022
    $1,040 - $1,607
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Woodward Management Partners
    Available Today! Last updated 22 Nov 2019
    (770) 992-4978
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    9700 Medlock Crossing Pkwy, Johns Creek, GA 30022
    $1,130 - $2,624
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 22 Nov 2019
    (770) 637-0028
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    4345 Alta Drive, Suwanee, GA 30024
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    • 1-3 Beds
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Renter’s Guide to Johns Creek, GA

Voted the number one best place to raise a family in Georgia and taking third place in USA TODAY's list of 'Top 50 places to live in America', Johns Creek is a great choice not only for young families, but for people from all walks of life.

With a population of 83,397 and a land mass of 31.3 sq. miles, it's the 4th biggest city in Atlanta's metropolitan area, although it's only marginally smaller than the top 3: South Fulton, Sandy Springs, and Roswell. Compared to Atlanta itself, Johns Creek is roughly 5 times smaller in terms of population, and 4 times smaller in terms of area. Johns Creek sits around 27 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta, and it typically takes around 40 minutes to drive. However, congestion during rush hour can cause delays of up to 2 hours in extreme cases.

Johns Creek enjoys a warm and temperate climate throughout much of the year, with summer highs of around 87°F in July. January is typically the coldest month, with temperatures dropping to around 40°F. With an average of 53 inches of rain per year, the city receives higher than average rainfall. March is generally the wettest month and can see as much as 6.5 inches of rainfall, while October, the driest month, normally sees around half that amount. Despite this, Johns Creek still manages to enjoy an average of 217 sunny days, just above the national average.

Johns Creek, GA Demographics

  • Total Population83,397
  • Female 40,263
    Male 43,134
  • Median Age40.1

Cost of Living in Johns Creek, GA

Most Johns Creek residents own a private vehicle and drive to work, school, and elsewhere, with gasoline typically costing $2.74 per gallon. Due to regular construction and congestion, driving into downtown Atlanta can result in a commute time that can range from 1 to 2 hours each way during rush hour.

There are no direct public transport links to downtown Atlanta and the city is not served by the 'Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority' (MARTA). Residents can, however, take the GRTA Xpress Route 408, which connects to the Doraville/Chamblee MARTA stations. Tickets for this service cost $4 one way, $7 return, $35 for 10 days and $125 for 31 days.

Eating out is reasonably affordable in Johns Creek, with a 3-course meal in a restaurant normally costing around $50 for 2 people. Fast food and street food are even more affordable, with a variety of inexpensive options clocking in at around $15 per person. Your morning coffee will set you back around $4 for a regular cappuccino, while an after-work beer is generally $2 per small bottle.

Utilities are also typically on the lower end of the US average, with the basics (water, heating, electricity, garbage, etc.) costing around $150 for a typical 915 sq. ft. apartment.

Average Rent in Johns Creek, GA

  • Johns Creek, GA Average Rental Price, October 2019 $1,462 /mo

Johns Creek, GA Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $701-$1,0001%
  • $1,001-$1,50061%
  • $1,501-$2,00036%
  • > $2,0002%

Johns Creek, GA Rent Trends

Average Rent Jul / 2016 Nov / 2016 Mar / 2017 Jul / 2017 Nov / 2017 Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Oct / 2019
Johns Creek, GA $1,305 $1,356 $1,331 $1,348 $1,350 $1,337 $1,337 $1,385 $1,419 $1,462
National $1,342 $1,350 $1,346 $1,378 $1,380 $1,383 $1,418 $1,427 $1,431 $1,466
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Average rent is projected to grow by 3% in 2019 compared to 2018.

Please note that projected rent growth is calculated at city level.

Average rent values on this page are aggregated from data from the following zip codes: 3000530022

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Living in Johns Creek, GA

As a state, Georgia normally falls behind others in terms of social and economic measurements. However, Johns Creek appears to be an exception, as residents benefit from high incomes, high levels of education, and low poverty and crime rates.

Additionally, Johns Creek offers many local amenities, as well as leisure activities. The city boasts around 630 eating venues per 100,000 residents, plus a wealth of stores provide all you need without having to make the trip into the big city.

It's not without its faults however, and as a suburb that attracts a high number of families, there's not so much to do for younger people. Teenagers and twenty-somethings might find the lack of major sport and concert venues, clubs, and other entertainment-focused venues somewhat boring. However, with Atlanta close by, this may not be such a big problem.

The other main issue several residents have is the amount of construction in the area, especially on the roads. While this is a sign of improvements to come, the associated congestion can cause rather long delays, especially for commuters. A stark lack of direct public transport links also makes it tricky to get around if you don't have a private vehicle. However, efforts are being made to improve cycle and pedestrian networks in the city.

Things to do in Johns Creek, GA

Bordered by the Chattahoochee River, Johns Creek is a city with a strong connection to nature. It boasts access to over 200 acres of parkland and nature reserve, with 5 access points to the river. Several parks are dotted throughout the suburb, each maintained to a high standard, offering numerous activities to residents of all ages. Newtown park is particularly beautiful, and comes with various amenities such as playgrounds, sports fields, amphitheaters, bandstands, tables, and spaces to grill. Best of all, it features a 1-acre dog park, ideal for your furry friends.

In addition to stunning green spaces, Johns Creek is balanced out by a variety of more urban spaces. Shoppers and cinema goers can find all they need at one of the many malls, including Johns Creek Town Center, Medlock Corners, or Johns Creek Village. There are countless restaurants to choose from around the city, and residents can enjoy anything from Asian dishes and seafood, to steak house specials and vegan meals.

During summer, music lovers can revel in the 'Summer Concerts Series', held at the 'Mark Burkhalter Park Amphitheater'. The city provides a number of free concerts that can be enjoyed by all throughout the warm summer evenings, with a variety of food trucks and beverage stations to keep you busy.

Employment & Economy in Johns Creek, GA

With an annual median income of $100,000, residents of Johns Creek enjoy almost double the state's average income. This is generally attributed to high levels of education throughout the population of Johns Creek, with over 65% of adults holding at least a bachelor's degree, entitling them to higher paid jobs.

The main industries operating in Johns Creek include finance, insurance, business management, medical, and retail. The largest employer in the city is currently 'State Farm Insurance', with around 1,280 employees. Jobs in technology and the specialized medical sectors typically offer the highest wages.

Johns Creek, GA Households

  • Total Number of Households27,456
  • Family 22,314
    Non-family 5,142
  • Children 12,859
    No Children 14,597
  • Average People Per Household3.03
  • Median Household Income$113,609
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,675

Education in Johns Creek, GA

As previously mentioned, many Johns Creek residents are educated to a high level, and it's no surprise that the local education system is highly rated. The public schools within Johns Creek fall under the Fulton County School System and are thus not funded by the city itself.

Schools in this city consistently perform well and are frequently placed among the top in the nation. There are 4 local schools that are National Blue-Ribbon Schools of Excellence: Chattahoochee High School, River Trail Middle School, Medlock Bridge Elementary, and Dolvin Elementary. Additionally, Northview High School has had the highest SATs scores in the state 3 times.

Johns Creek, GA Education Statistics

  • No High School2%
  • Some High School15%
  • Some College17%
  • Associate Degree6%
  • Bachelor Degree37%
  • Graduate Degree23%

Tips for Renting in Johns Creek, GA

The State of Georgia provides a statewide code that is designed to protect both tenants and landlords. It's always a good idea to do your own research before moving to the area. Even more so if you're new to the state.

Feel free to also address any concerns you might have directly with the landlord and carefully read the rental agreement before signing. Ultimately, it's an important decision to move to a new place therefore it's worth investing a lot of time and effort into it.

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