Otherwise, I like Inman Park for you.
Everything else will have measures of awesomeness, or lack of awesomeness that only you can judge, but for short term "get to know Atlanta" location and very convenient access to all points, I'll stand by my recommendations...
I'll also recommend a helicopter and a jet pack for some of your commute days.
It does look like you will have a crazy commute as far as driving all over the metro area. All of the offices you mentioned are in the suburbs, well outside the Perimeter.
Cascade is southwest.
Douglasville is west.
Conyers is east.
Fayetteville is south-- way south!--- and Marietta is northwest!!!
I agree with the agents who have suggested living "in town" which is generally how we refer to the area inside the Perimeter highway, I-285. Beside Midtown and Buckhead, you might also take a look at Virginia Highland and Decatur.
There are several distinct advantages to living in town.
1) You may very well be driving opposite of the traffic flow most days, since the great majority are coming into town, not heading away from the center.
2) There are several great, walkable neighborhoods in town with restaurants, bars, theaters, and many other things to do.
3) Cool, fun people live in town. :)
I know the city well and would be glad to help. Feel free to call me at 404-790-8184.
Keller Williams Realty Metro Atlanta
The locations in which you will be working are quite spread out so that opens up a lot of areas. The west end may be more benificial because of Fayetteville, Marietta and Douglasville spannig roughly from the South West to North West ends, just outside the perimeter (285). Also, ease of access to 285 will be very helpful. The Sandy Springs/Dunwoody would be a good suggestion and Buckhead if you want a bit more of a city feel. Those areas are just to name a few. Should you have any more questions, feel free to get in touch with me!
between your MANY offices. Virginia Highlands, Kirkwood, Inman Park, Buckhead (of course), and Vinings are some choice areas that comes to mind. These towns host parks and "walk-to town/stores" type of areas while boasting many beautiful homes.
Writing on Trulia about all your possibilities will be too much, so if you would like to give a call to a
Realtor to directly discuss your options....
If you can perhaps also visit Atlanta prior to your move to get a feel of the area and towns and what each has to offer, that would be ideal and save you some headache!
Best with your relocation to HOTTlanta!!! =)
Licensed Realtor in GA and NJ
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metrobrokers
I'd recommend Buckhead. It looks like you have to travel all over Atlanta.
It is a very nice area and located in the middle of places you have to travel too.
You will enjoy great restaurants and bars.
Let me know if you need help to find a place,
Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Perimeter
With your travels you will be North, East, South and West of the Downtown Atlanta area. I think you should get a place within the City of Atlanta so you can be centrally located since you will be driving in different directions on a regular basis.