Labor and Workforce:
Since incorporation in 2005, the Sandy Springs population has grown 23.5 percent from 85,809 to an estimated 106,000 in 2017. The ten-county Atlanta metropolitan area grew 19.6 percent during that same period. The City's daytime population swells to more than 200,000 due to the concentration of major corporations and businesses located in Sandy Springs.
EDUCATION: The percentage of Sandy Springs residents who are college graduates is 24 points higher than the metro Atlanta region. More than 37 percent of Sandy Springs adults have earned four-year college degrees, with more than 23 percent holding graduate degrees.
REAL ESTATE: For office users, the Central Perimeter office market is home to the largest Class A office market in Southeast. Firms can choose from more than 26 million square feet of office space within the City of Sandy Springs, which includes an assortment of urban high-rises, vibrant town centers, and suburban business parks.