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Leisure and Shopping

Consumers hungry for the best goods know that North Fulton Atlanta’s extensive and thriving retail market will satisfy their need for high fashion, high tech, and other quality merchandise. The region’s population growth over the past two decades has made it a shopper’s paradise.

Avalon, a $600 million resort-inspired, mixed-use development in Alpharetta is scheduled to open April 2014. “Avalon will deliver a purposefully designed experience in the art of living well,” said Mark Toro, managing partner for North American Properties. “Imagine stepping into a retail environment that feels and delivers like a five-star resort. Your every need is anticipated and every indulgence fulfilled.” In addition to a lineup of experiential retailers and restaurants, Avalon will feature a weekly, monthly and seasonal schedule of community events. Activities like outdoor concert series, yoga in the park, family camp-outs, and an outdoor holiday ice skating experience similar in scale to Rockefeller Center will take place at Avalon

In addition to convenient shopping centers adjacent to most neighborhoods, North Point Mall in Alpharetta is one of the most successful in the Southeast, with a trade area that is growing at a rate of four times the national average. Anchored by such giants as Macy’s, Sears, JC Penney, and Dillard’s, North Point guarantees that North Fulton Atlanta residents enjoy easy access to designer clothing and accessories, fine furnishings, elegant home decor, the latest electronics and media, and the comfort of a recently renovated food court and a carousel for children. Additionally, Von Maur, an upscale department store offering top name brands for men, women, and children, opened its first store in the Southeast at North Point Mall

Perimeter Mall in Sandy Springs, another North Fulton Atlanta jewel, features national retailers Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, Dillard’s, and Macy’s, 200 specialty shops and delicious dining at six signature restaurants.

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