Doraville, GA is home to the Southeast's most prosperous immigrant-owned small business community and the former General Motors Assembly Plant -- a 165-acre development called "Assembly." This growing city is 25 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson International airport with direct rail service via Atlanta's MARTA, a Georgia "Camera Ready" community, access to world-renowned artisan shops, restaurants and pleasures.
Doraville was put on the map when General Motors selected the city as the site for its new assembly plant in the 1940s. Today, the city of Doraville is home to one of the largest Asian communities in the country. This small city offers Atlanta's International Corridor, Buford Highway, a 20-acre park and the Buford Highway Farmers Market.