Well Loganville Georgia is definitely growing, there is new developments everywhere that you look. I do understand the reason why could be the climate, the inexpensive cost of living or simply the hometown feel, but the real reason why, is the people.
It is the people that make any community what it is. Whether the location is next to the ocean, whether it is among the tall trees in the mountains, or in a small town with a population of 10,000, it is always the people that make a community home. Loganville is no different and has some of the nicest people in GA.
Here in Loganville there are numerous activities for kids to be involved in, from Scouts to Indoor Soccer at Creekside, we have it all. At Bluesprings in Loganville, there is an array of activities for young and old from tennis to swimming. There are also many clubs in the area from Kiwanis to Rotary club, Loganville has it all.
I have been a Loganville resident for the last 8 years, and have really seen it change over the years. I can imagine some of the folks that have lived here for 30 years 0r 50 years, have really seen the change first hand from farms and pastures to mixed use developments. Its no wonder with the close proximity to Atlanta, and the classic city of Athens, not to mention the hometown feel of Monroe and Lawrenceville close by, it has to be one of the best centrally located places that you can live and work.
We now have many big box stores buying and developing in our area. Since I have been here, Home Depot, Walmart, various food chains, and now Lowes and Target are coming to Loganville to get in on the action bringing more jobs and more tax dollars to the city of Loganville.
With so many affordable options in communities around Loganville, combined with some of the best schools in GA, and many jobs available...Do yourself a favor, and give Loganville a chance to be your next home...