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    joycemyster is offline Newbie
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    Great place to live in Atlanta


    If you're gonna do clinical rotations in Atlanta, GA and you're looking for a place to stay, then I highly recommend The Brookhaven Residencies. I've been in Atlanta doing my clinical rotations and I have lived at The Brookhaven Residencies for over 2 years. It's located in the Buckhead/Brookhaven area, it's a very safe high-rise condominium that has 1 and 2 bedroom floorplans. It has many amenities like 24 hour concierge service, covered parking, tennis courts, swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, and more. It's also close to all the major highways and pretty close to all the locations where you might be doing rotations. You can call the Brookhaven at 404-237-5320 to get price quotes. So if you got any more questions or if you would like to know more about this condominium please message me. And if you want to help another student out, just tell them I referred you (private message me to get my name). Thanks
    Last edited by joycemyster; 06-10-2010 at 09:53 AM.

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    AUA.Student is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Another great choice of housing options with private bathrooms is provided by Atlanta Residences Group. Call them at 404-806-1429.

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