Rating 4.05 out of 5 131 reviews
Norcross is a place for family, friends, and even pets. Downtown Norcross has a variety of places such as parks, libraries, and different options of food.
Quiet, not much traffic, family oriented but close enough to the city for fun outings. A lot of gyms and grocery stores all around with free parking (best part). There are plenty of ethnic restaurants to explore as well as beautifully well kept parks for growing families.
I moved here recently and the people here are all so nice and sweet especially if you need help or anything else! I would absolutely recommend living here.
I love the environment and the people here. You can find everything you need in a short distance from where you live. We have great schools, restaurants, parks, shopping centers,...
What I like about Norcross is that it is a very friendly and quiet place to live. There are great stores that have a variety of chooses for all walks of life. I have been living here for 10 years and love it.
I really life living here. It's very quiet, I'm close to the interstate so it's very centrally located. I'm close to everything, yet far enough away from it all. Its peaceful and a good place to raise a family.
Norcross has very diverse communities. It also has access to many stores and other frequented facilities which makes daily life convenient. Though great in those aspects, safety is sometimes questionable. For example, many parts of Norcross do not have sidewalks and that creates safety concerns for people, including myself. Kids have no place to ride bikes or scooters while traffic is busy. There are also a lot of wreck-less drivers due to lack of law enforcements.
I love how there is so much nightlife here! There is always something to do nearby. Here, you are close to \Atlanta and not too far from some mountains. Whatever you like you can find it here. The only thing i'm not such a fan of is the rise in crime in the area. But that is why it is always important to be careful.
Norcross is a very diverse city; with people, cultures, and food. Some places have their ups and downs but this city is where many people come together as a community. I will say that throughout this year ( 2020 ) We have really come together to protect each and everyone from COVID-19
Overall my time living here was okay, I liked that my job was within walking distance so I didn’t need a car, what I would like to see change though is more companies coming in closer, it makes it hard for people without regular transport to make it to these higher paying opportunities.
The city is quiet but diverse. The parks are clean and very nice to visit. Great schools and local stores.
Norcross is a suburb in development that has a lot of potential. The number of office parks for tech companies shows many opportunities for people working in tech and startups. The city's location makes for easy commutes to any other major city in Georgia. Also currently the housing is much more reasonable than other booming suburbs, such as Alpharetta. I would Norcross is great for young families or young people looking for work.
It’s a great diverse community. There’s many good quality local places in a short distance. Not many adventurous activities nearby but Atlanta is not that far away.
It is a very safe space and there are different races , cultures, and religions . Everyone gets along and with this pandemic many people are staying home and using masks which makes it feel more safe.
Great Highschool, pretty decent neighborhood. Crime isn't too bad. Public transportation is poor, but the roads are relatively well kept.
I’ve lived here since I was 7 years old. There are a lot of places in the area to do fun things. It is also very family oriented with parks being about two miles away. It’s great if you’re trying to start a family. Also the location is great because you are only about 20 minutes from Atlanta if you want to go into the city. The only thing is the traffic in the morning with the school buses and trying to get around.
Norcross is on the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia. It is a beautiful town in Gwinnett County. The school system has a diversity of cultures and students. Downtown Norcross has two lovely parks to walk around and at night it is well lit.