Aerial Video of Peachtree Corners

Get a birds-eye view of the City of Peachtree Corners including the Chattahoochee River, Technology Park, the Forum, parks, schools, and more.

Welcome to Peachtree Corners

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Welcome to our City by the River

Two people kayaking on the Chattahoochee River.

Peachtree Corners is Gwinnett County’s newest city. Situated in one of the fastest growing counties in Georgia, Peachtree Corners is conveniently located to major highways, I-85, I-285 and GA 400 and just 30 minutes northeast of Atlanta. Founded on July 1, 2012, it is home to over 40,000 residents. The new city is 17 square miles in size and is located in the southwest corner of the county. Seven miles of the Chattahoochee River define its western border.

A City on the Move

The new city’s roots began in the late 1960s as a dream of businessman Paul Duke, who pitched the idea of creating Peachtree Corners, a planned community to be built in the area once known as Pinckneyville. Duke’s dream included Technology Park Atlanta, a campus of low-rise buildings for high technology industries. Today Technology Park is home to Fortune 500 businesses and continues to attract high-tech companies drawing top-tiered engineering talent from around the country. The city by the river is also home to regional, national and international headquarters for a number of corporations.

A Pro-Business Environment

Companies thrive in the city's pro-business environment which offers a zero millage rate. The Gwinnett city is also home to a new business incubator, Prototype Prime, which promotes and supports the entrepreneurial spirit. The city provides planning, zoning, solid waste pickup, code enforcement and public works services.

Rendering of the Town Center Cinebistro building.

Plans for the Future

The city’s new Town Center, featuring retail shops, restaurants, entertainment venues, townhomes and a Town Green, is planned for a 21-acre site located on Peachtree Parkway. The development is expected to be complete in the spring of 2019. The Town Green will be the site for community gatherings and outdoor entertainment. The city’s Veterans Monument will also be a feature on the Town Green.

Life in 'The Corners'

Peachtree Corners is an active, family-oriented city, residents enjoy a variety of living lifestyles from riverfront homes, swim-tennis communities, attractive townhome, apartment and senior living choices. Peachtree Corners’ residents and visitors enjoy numerous parks with views and access to the river, trout fishing and boating.

Excellent Educational Choices

Families have exceptional education choices for their children, from excellent Gwinnett County Public Schools to private and parochial schools. Peachtree Corners is also within an hour’s drive of a number of post-secondary institutions.

A Perfect Place to Live or Visit

Honor Guard carrying flags and marching down the street.

Peachtree Corners residents and visitors enjoy plenty of year-round activities from hiking and cycling to tennis and swimming to festivals and parades. And indoors there are art galleries, ninja obstacle courses, shopping, dining and more to enjoy.

Just a Century Ago …

The land that was once a farming settlement with a tavern, an inn, a church and a post office on a dusty stop on the way to Atlanta, is now home to tony neighborhoods, charming townhome living, thriving retail shops, fine dining and bustling businesses. Whether you are looking for a place to settle down and raise a family or are seeking a location for your business, we invite you to enjoy our innovative and remarkable city.

For more information call City Hall, 678-691-1200.