Ideally situated at the crossroads of major transportation corridors in the northeast Atlanta Metroplex, Suwanee efficiently manages booming growth while preserving a small-town American way of life. Suwanee is a small city of approximately 19,000; the population swells to more than 25,000 when residents in nearby unincorporated areas are accounted for as well.
Like its neighbors both large and small, Suwanee offers affordable housing, excellent schools, a low crime rate and Southern hospitality. The city is fortunate to have many historic structures and sites intact, including several grand Victorian homes and regional farm-style homes. The majority of Suwanee's historic houses are clustered around the city's original one-mile radius near Main and Scales streets, within Suwanee's Old Town area, where the historic commercial area is located as well. The Old Town area remains much as it appeared nearly 100 years ago, although some buildings were reconstructed following a fire in 1881.
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