Why you'd want to live in Dunwoody
Dunwoody, Georgia, in De Kalb county, is 2 miles NE of Sandy Springs, Georgia and 14 miles N of Atlanta, Georgia. The town is in the Atlanta area. There are 32,808 residents in Dunwoody. Dunwoody was founded in the early 1830s. It was named after Major Charles Dunwoody. The Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church was the first church in the area and was established in 1829. The first railroad entered Dunwoody in 1881 and the first public school of the area was built in 1889. The area was also visited by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1905. Dunwoody was officially incorporated as a city on December 1, 2008. The Dunwoody Park and Windwood Hollow Park are ideal places for spending leisure hours. You can also visit the Dunwoody Library and Sophie Hirsh Srochi Jewish Discovery Museum. The city offers a number of shopping centers, including the Shops at Dunwoody Shopping Center, Dunwoody Hall Shopping Center, the Georgetown Shopping Center, Mount Vernon Shopping Center, Dunwoody Village Shopping Center and Perimeter Mall Shopping Center. The Georgia Aquarium and the Atlanta Zoo are also nearby and popular among locals and tourists.