Gwinnett's third largest city, Duluth is the place to truly capture the spirit of good living.
Duluth has sidewalks and bike-ways that connect many areas of the city, with greenspace and parks for recreation and relaxation. Festivals and events such as the Duluth Fall Festival are hallmarks of the Duluth Town Green, where concerts, dining, entertainment and shopping come together.
Duluth is recognized as a model city for Gwinnett County. With a perfect blend of small businesses, entrepreneurial enterprise, major corporations and visionary developers, Duluth has the charm of its historic downtown, as well as a reputation as a strong residential and corporate home. Despite phenomenal growth, it has retained its small-town character, where personal camaraderie, spirited by annual holiday and festive events, is savored.
The city is currently undergoing redevelopment and will be adding new retail and restaurants to the downtown area. Four recently opened Duluth restaurants include O4W Pizza, Epicurean Cafe, Piatto Fresh Kitchen and Dreamland BBQ. Duluth will also be home to the areas first taproom when Good Word Brew Pub opens as part of the Parsons Alley development—stay tuned for more details.
The arts are thriving in Duluth, with a multitude of experiences in its Downtown District including the Red Clay Music Foundry, featuring Eddie Owen Presents. Duluth is also home to the Southeastern Railway Museum.
Duluth was recently named as a "Top 10 City for Best American Values" by NewsMax magazine and one of the "Best Affordable Suburbs in America" by Bloomberg Businessweek magazine.