College Park

College Park GA Real Estate

Find the newest College Park real estate! The listings in this town include newer, two story homes with ample living space, as well as new construction builds, historic homes, and condominiums. One interesting fact about this city is the fact that there are over 800 properties within the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

For more information on College Park real estate for sale, or to schedule a private home showing, call your Atlanta real estate specialists – Mark Spain Real Estate at (770) 886-9000.  College Park Community Information

College Park Community Highlights

College Park is a city in Georgia that is a member of both Clayton and Fulton counties. According to a census that was conducted in the year 2010, the city is also home to a little more than 13,900 people. You will find part of the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta National Airport within the limits of the city. You will also find the Georgia International Convention Center as well.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta National Airport

This airport is known by many names including the Atlanta Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, and Hartsfield Airport. It is located just seven miles to the south of Atlanta’s business district. Since the year 1998, this airport has been recognized as the busiest airport in the United States. It is extremely common for a connecting flight to pass through Atlanta. This airport is known to accommodate more than 95 million passengers every single day.

Georgia International Convention Center

This convention center first opened their doors to the public in April of 2003. Did you know that this convention center is the second largest center in the state of Georgia? There are a number of meeting rooms, exhibit halls, and ballrooms that can be rented from this facility.

College Park History

Did you know that College Park was originally founded under the name of Atlantic City in the year 1890? The town was renamed to Manchester in the year 1891. It was not until 1896 that the town was officially called College Park. The city’s official name was inspired by it being the home of Cox College.

If you are someone who likes to get out and be active, you will be happy to know there are three different recreational centers within the city. There is definitely a little something for everyone within this city. Contact Mark Spain Real Estate to set up viewings of these College Park homes!

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