Although it’s only seven years young, Johns Creek has already made a name for itself – ranking as the 13th highest-earning city in the United States and calling itself home to a population of 76,728 (2010 census). Couple this with a phenomenal education system built from the ground up with the future in mind and you have a city destined for even more success in the coming years. And if that’s not enough, Johns Creek is known as a business hub all in its own. Which shouldn’t come as a surprise given its proximity to the Atlanta metro area.

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