Douglasville is a great city located in Douglas County - acting as its county seat, in Georgia, in the United States of America. The city has a population of over 30.000 people on an area of 22 square miles and is part of the Atlanta region. Before being established as a town in 1875, on February 25th, Douglasville was known as Skint Chestnut. Nowadays, Douglasville is developing and its economy is based on commerce, that is why one of the major attractions of the city is a mall. If you plan to visit Douglasville, plan a shopping spree too, this town has some hot spots especially designated to fashion addicts.
Top Attractions within Douglasville
Arbor Place Mall is opened since 1999 and is home of world famous retail stores. The mall has two levels and it was a hit since the first day, as other mall in the area were quite far from Douglasville. If you are a shopping addict, you should know that the anchors of the mall are Dillard’s, JCPenney, Macy’s, Belk and Sears and its major tenants include, among others – Bed Bath and Beyond, Borders Books & Music, Old Navy and Regal Cinemas.
Fairburn Road is the home of shops, food stored and fast food. A kingdom of commerce and luxury boutiques is laid on this important street of Douglasville.
The Central Business District is located downtown Douglasville and is a historic district and a great example of architecture of railroad town. The charming buildings are built in three main styles – Romanesque, Italianate and Queen Anne and most of them are standing from the middle of the 19th century. This area is great for history lovers and is also a hot spot for photography lovers that gather to take pictures of the splendid buildings that adorn the landscape.