Smyrna is a hip and fast-growing city located within the inner ring of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area.
Hip and fast-growing city adjacent to Buckhead in Atlanta
Smyrna is a hip and fast-growing city located within the inner ring of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. This accessible city is just one mile northwest of Atlanta’s city limits and within ten miles of Downtown Atlanta. A diverse city with many trendy local businesses, Smyrna is home to the Atlanta Braves’ Truist Park and the BatteryATL shopping, dining, and entertainment district surrounding the ballpark. Its real estate mix features revamped mid-century properties alongside many newer developments, including contemporary condominiums, townhouses, and single-family homes.
Smyrna is located in a highly desirable location close to Atlanta’s prestigious Buckhead district. Along with offering easy access to all of Buckhead’s shopping and dining, Smyrna has plenty of amenities of its own. From watching the MLB’s Atlanta Braves in action to exploring the Silver Comet Trail, there’s something in Smyrna to suit all tastes.
With diverse retailers and restaurants dotted all over Smyrna, homes here are within easy reach of great places to shop and eat. on Spring Road serves fresh-roasted coffee in a funky converted garage with regular live music performances. Located on Concord Road, is a local favorite with a rooftop bar and outdoor patio. Their menu includes creative twists on classic sandwiches as well as mouthwatering burgers, hearty sides, and innovative cocktails. At the Concord Corners strip mall on Concord Road, serves authentic Mexican seafood dishes. is stocked with all kinds of animal feed, seeds, and specialty items. Around Truist Park, has dozens of boutiques, beauty services, and chef-driven restaurants. Highlights here include premier men’s salon and lively sports-themed eatery . Atlanta Braves fans flock to Murph’s before and after games to dine on gourmet pub grub eats such as half-pound burgers, jumbo chicken wings, buffalo shrimp, and mini crab kickers. is a mixed-use development with stylish modern condominiums and townhouses surrounded by shops and restaurants. Standouts here include for New Orleans cuisine and craft beer served in an elegant wood-paneled bar and dining room. is an award-winning hair salon on Atlanta Road offering outstanding service from highly-skilled stylists. Another commercial area along S Cobb Drive has businesses such as casual breakfast and lunch spot .
is the state-of-the-art home of Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves. Since its grand opening in 2017, Truist Park has also hosted concerts from major acts such as Metallica, Billy Joel, Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer, Def Leppard, and Mötley Crüe. Other Smyrna sports facilities include the 18-hole public golf course and driving range at . is a fenced-in off-leash dog park with separate areas for large and small dogs. Smyrna is also known as Jonquil City for the beautiful yellow flowers that bloom in large numbers each spring. The end of jonquil season is marked each year with the in late October. This event is held on the village green close to Smyrna Market Village and features more than 125 arts and crafts booths, food vendors, live music, and kids’ activities, including puppet shows and costume contests. features fascinating and kid-friendly exhibits on the city’s history in a replica of the original 1910 Smyrna Train Depot. follows the old Seaboard Air Line Railroad path from Smyrna to Georgia’s state border with Alabama. It then connects with Alabama’s Chief Ladiga Trail to create a continuous 94-mile trail, making it the second-longest rail-trail in the entire United States. Each Saturday morning between May and September, hosts vendors selling lots of locally-grown fruits and veggies.
Smyrna is served by the Cobb County School District.