For the third year in a row, Atlanta was the country's most popular place to move according to Yahoo Finance. It's easy to see why. Atlanta is a diverse city with many cultural attractions, big city perks, the world's largest aquarium, many wonderful restaurants, and a thriving cultural scene. A city punctuated by green spaces and neighborhoods (including Decatur, Virginia Highlands, Grant Park, Inman Park, Little Five Points, Medlock Park, University Heights, Midtown, Buckhead, and Sweet Auburn), each with a different personality, Atlanta offers something for everyone.
Candler students can live either on campus or off campus. Emory's on campus option is the Campus Crossings Apartments. Off campus options range from many popular local apartments (listed below or on the Executive Park Shuttle Route) to any number of houses in the neighborhoods surrounding campus and nearly all of the great communities mentioned above.
Campus Crossings at Briarcliff
Campus Crossings at Briarcliff provides an exciting new housing opportunity for all graduate students at Emory University to live in an affordable and private community designed specifically for the needs of graduate students. All apartments are fully furnished with full-sized kitchen appliances, washer and dryer, and a private bathroom for every room in the apartment. With state-of-the-art amenities and a unique mix of comfortable and spacious floor plans along with a sustainable EarthCraft designation, Campus Crossings at Briarcliff is an exciting new addition to Emory University's campus and housing options. Campus Crossings, located just off campus on Briarcliff Road, is situated on one of Emory's free Cliff shuttle system routes. Please click below for more details.
Candler Students Recommend
None of the apartments listed below are affiliated with Candler or Emory in any way, but they are located close to campus, feature affordable rental rates, and have been popular with Candler students over the past few years.
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