Why Build in Atlanta?

With a higher quality of life and lower cost of living, Atlanta is where top talent is choosing to move.

Home to nearly 500,000 residents and growing.

1.3 M
Forecasted Residents by 2050
Most fortune 500 company headquarters
LargestU.S. Economy

An Economic Engine

Digital Arts & Media
A $9.5B economic impact on the state of Georgia.
Life Sciences
Home to the CDC and over $400M in NIH funding.
Processing & Engineering
A leader in STEM degree completions.
Transportation and Logistics
The most convenient international airport.
Conventions & Tourism
A top 10 most visited city.

It's All in Atlanta

Innovation Centers Read More

Atlanta’s research and development labs are attracting top talent, and keeping the city on the forefront of technology and business innovation.

Lifestyle & Sports Read More

Home to ten professional sports franchises, Atlanta enjoys a bustling, year-round social and recreational events calendar, including large outdoor festivals, NCAA events, and the world’s largest 10K foot race.

Airport & Port Read More

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport not only serves over 275,000 passengers daily, it also has 300 commercial venues. Just 250 miles from Atlanta is the Port of Savannah, the nation’s fastest growing and fourth largest container port.

Transportation Read More

With bus and rail services covering over 1,000 miles, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority also connects with The Atlanta Streetcar as well as Cobb and Gwinnett County transits to give residents and guests a quicker alternative for their commute.

Fortune 500s Read More

Atlanta is home to 14 Fortune 500  headquarters, providing jobs to more than 1.3 million people. These include global brands like Home Depot, UPS, Coca-Cola, and Delta.

International Hub Read More

The City of Atlanta is home to more than 70 consular and trade offices, 40 bi-national chambers of commerce and more than 2,700 international businesses.

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