In the heart of Walmart’s suburban Atlanta headquarters, a new shopping center called WalMart Neighborhood Market is slowly taking shape.
The site offers a few basic items that Walmart offers in a variety of price ranges.
It also has a big selection of other merchandise.
Walmart Neighborhood Market, a retail shopping center in Atlanta, is slowly building a retail store.
The company has been steadily expanding into more and more suburbs around the country, where it has been aggressively targeting the affluent.
In recent years, Walmart has expanded into more neighborhoods, including some of the nation’s poorest, including Atlanta.
Walmart’s expansion into Georgia’s rural and suburban neighborhoods has been a boon for the company.
Its stores are more easily accessible to shoppers who live there than those located in large cities.
More than 80 percent of the city’s population lives in the Atlanta suburbs, according to a recent report by the Urban Institute.
Atlanta has more than 300 Walmart stores, which are mostly located in the city.
WalMart stores are available in about 70 percent of metro Atlanta, according the report.
In the last decade, Walmart added about 1,600 stores, including one that opened last year in the heart in Atlanta’s downtown area.
The company’s expansion has also brought the Atlanta metro area’s population to more than 10 million, according a recent study by the Atlanta-based Atlanta Regional Commission.
With more stores opening, the company has expanded the reach of its retail operation.
In 2016, it opened 2,000 stores, up from 1,400 a decade earlier.
Walmart has more stores in metro Atlanta than in the rest of the country combined.
Walton Williams, president of the Atlanta Council of Governments, said that the new shopping area has helped Walmart attract shoppers to the area.
Walmart’s success in Atlanta is a sign of the company’s strength and its ability to grow, he said.
“We’ve seen more than 30 million visitors to Walmart stores in Atlanta since 2009,” Williams said.
“That has made it a very appealing area for retail, and we are very pleased to see it expand.”