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The Atlanta economy is largely driven by corporate headquarters within the metropolitan area. In fact, it is the 8th largest economy in the U.S. With a highly educated workforce in the city, Atlanta has attracted many Fortune 500 companies to be headquartered here. Some of these include well know companies: The Coca-Cola Company, AT&T Mobility, UPS, and Delta Airlines.

The majority of the metro Atlanta's office space is located in Downtown Atlanta, with the second-largest concentration being in Midtown Atlanta. Buckhead is the city’s uptown district, located north of Downtown, and it is the third-largest business district.

About Atlanta Office Space Submarkets

Downtown Atlanta – The Downtown Atlanta office market is experiencing a reemergence due to the growth of Georgia State University. Bargain rates are available in the heart of the CBD. Many Law firms, Health care, nonprofits and government offices are located in this area.

Midtown Atlanta – Home to a great mix of professional services and creative office tenants, retail and residential with 4 MARTA train stops. It is the center for art and culture in Atlanta.

Buckhead – Atlanta’s financial district is located in Buckhead. It is home to “Buckhead Atlanta,” a new Luxury office, residential and retail development in the heart of Buckhead. It has historically been the higher end of the Atlanta lifestyle.

Atlanta’s Central Perimeter – Is in the process of transitioning from a more suburban urban feel of separate office, retail and residential projects into a denser highly urbanized area. It is one of the top 4 core office markets in Atlanta.

Atlanta Airport / South – This is a core Industrial Market adjacent to Hartsfield Jackson International Airport with great access to all major Atlanta transportation routes and railroad hubs.

Castleberry Hill – Is an in-town Loft District with a great mix of residential, retail and art galleries – Located adjacent to the new Atlanta Falcons Stadium.

East Atlanta – Is seeing a historic expansion with major residential and commercial developments in a wide swath of east Atlanta continuing out to Decatur.

Alpharetta - Of the “Metro Atlanta” office submarkets. It is the furthest north on the GA-400 corridor. There is a diverse office product here with a majority Class A-B low/midrise office buildings. There is a strong medical office presence with Northside Hospital – Alpharetta and North Fulton Medical Center. North Point Mall also has a big presence and influence on tenants on the east side of GA-400. Blackstone / Equity Office has a 9 building Class-A portfolio in Alpharetta that has seen rental rates increase 15% in the past 2 years.

Roswell – Alpharetta’s little brother. It is located directly to the south of Alpharetta (one exit south on GA-400). It has less inventory and a smaller footprint. There is a more balanced inventory of office space and retail. There is a small concentration of midrise office buildings to the west of GA-400 and many Williamsburg style office condos along with small, boutique style offices on Hwy 9, the main artery that runs north/south through Roswell. Downtown is known for its boutique retail and high end restaurants on Canton St. with many office users in the market wanting to be near this area.

Other Metro Atlanta office space submarkets include:

Kennesaw - Kennesaw State University is located here. It has a mix of single story flex office buildings, midrise Class A office space and large warehouse opportunities.

Peachtree Corners - Contains Flex / Office and Warehouse space with a good mix of midrise office buildings with a good mix of office, retail and residential.

Duluth – A Suburban Atlanta Office Hub; home to major corporations with a mix of single story flex office buildings, midrise Class A office space and large warehouse opportunities

Lawrenceville – On the technology corridor on the way to Athens.

Athens - Go Dawgs! This market is still dominated by the University of Georgia, with over 34,000 students, and it’s ancillary firms. Most of the growth in this market will be in distribution space.

Decatur - A unique bedroom community east of Atlanta with a great mix of office, residential and retail with great schools and a diverse population. It is located close to Emory University.

Marietta – Is a suburban Atlanta submarket that is heavy on professional services and sales offices.

Norcross - Doraville – Home to many technology, health care and electronic transaction companies in Norcross with Hispanic and Asian importers and resellers in Doraville - Chamblee.

Each market has its own idiosyncrasies and that is one area in which our local Atlanta reps can add value. They know the metro Atlanta office space markets and can be your guide in making the best possible decision for your company. If you need office space in Atlanta, we'd like to help. Give us a try!

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Atlanta is a fast growing commercial office market that is the symbol of the New South. The city has a dynamic mix of entertainment, transportation, finance, retail, technology, energy, agriculture, tourism, health care, marketing, manufacturing and logistics companies that are growing and seeking additional office space. Top private employers with large office footprints include Delta Airlines, AT&T, Coca Cola, Turner Networks, Home Depot, Bank of America, Mercedes Benz (US), NCR, Cox Enterprises, SunTrust Bank and Southern Company. Additionally, major public and non-profit employers are gobbling up office space including Emory University, the Centers of Disease Control and WellStar Health Systems. These healthcare employers continue to be one of the strongest new demand centers, even if they are non-profit.

At the same time, the true growth in demand for office space is coming from the small and medium businesses. These are driven by innovative start-up firms that are outgrowths of Georgia Tech, Emory and other schools. They are a product of spin-offs from the large corporations and the abundance of senior talent in the area. Additionally, entrepreneurs from around the country and around the world have moved to Atlanta in recent years to try their luck.

Georgia has a stable, business friendly government. The current governor Nathan Deal has enacted a number of business friendly regulations and has lowered taxes. The previous governor Sonny Perdue is a scion of the Perdue chicken business and is now the Secretary of Agriculture. He also instilled a number of business friendly and agricultural friendly regulations.

Atlanta Office Space Market Overview

The rising economy of Atlanta helped the Atlanta Office Market to survive. Office-using businesses continue to grow in Atlanta market. The remarkable success that happened in CBD submarket has resulted to increase rents across the entire market.

Capital Investment in Atlanta is still growing. Two stadiums have been delivered, the Suntrust Park - The Batter and Mercedes-Benz Stadium, these two are attracting more development and encouraging entertainment destinations along them.

The Atlanta Economy
Atlanta economy sustained its expansion through the start of the 2019. The market’s unemployment rate was marked at 4.2% in the first month of the year, 20 basis points higher than the nationwide rate. There were growth seen in nonfarm employment, gained 2.3% in the 12 months ending January 2019, after having below 2.0% for two consecutive months.
The construction, mining and logging remained having the highest growth rate year over year in the market, marking 7.5% over the 12 months until January 2019. As these non-office using industries grow, the office market in 2018 became still. Profession and business services led the office using sectors with 2.6% increase from start of 2019 up to January 2019.

Atlanta Office Vacancy Rate

Vacancy begun to rise in the recent quarters but are still well below the metro’s average. Maintained low vacancies made the pricing more favorable to the owners, and rental rate growth continues to beat national benchmark. The current vacancy rate of the market is at 17.1%

Atlanta Office Space Rent Trends

Overall, Atlanta office rent is good as the first quarter marked the 21st straight quarter of increase. The rents increased by 5.6% in the last year to end at $27.72 per sq. ft. on full service basis, it is the highest so far. Class A rent shows same trend, rising 3.5% in the last year almost heating $30 mark.     

Key Atlanta office space Sub-Market Overview

Atlanta's Central Perimeter
During Quarter 1 of 2019, Northside Hospital took 180,00 sq. ft in 1001 Perimeter Summit in the Central Perimeter submarket. The hospital was reported that it house 1000 employees that will include 400 more new jobs.

Midtown Atlanta
This submarket is the most exclusive and pricey in the city. It contains some of the tallest buildings in the city including One Atlantic Center that has over 1.1 million square feet on its own. Promenade and 1075 Peachtree Street each have over 750,000 square feet as well.

Highlight on this market is the delivery of Coda that makes highest absorption rate in the past 3 years. Coda is a state-of-the-art tech hub in Midtown. Major transactions in this are Georgia Teach that occupied 290,00 sf. Summing it up, Coda has 645,00 sf of office space, 80,000 sf of data center space and 20,000 sf of street-level retail spaces.

The submarket's average rent is $37.72, and the vacancy rate is at 15.1 %.

This submarket is actually outside the city but is a close in suburb with an easy commute to every major point of interest. Buckhead is a well-heeled suburb with good schools and amenities. There are 22.1 million square feet of office space which is almost all Class A. The vacancy rate is only 14.% and the average rent is $34.69 per square foot. Major buildings include Atlanta Plaza, Two Alliance Center and Tower Place 100. Three Alliance is a brand new property that has just opened while Two Capital City Plaza is an upcoming mixed use development that is very exciting.

Downtown Atlanta
The Downtown Atlanta office submarket is one of the larger ones with 28 million square feet of space. The average rent per square foot is $26.77 and the vacancy rate is 15.9%. It also has huge towers including the Bank of America Plaza, SunTrust Plaza, Georgia-Pacific Center and 191 Peachtree Street. Each of these towers has over 1,000,000 square feet on its own. 50 Allen Plaza is a stunning new Class A building with over 800,000 square feet of space and many amenities.

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Useful Statistics for businesses looking for office space in Atlanta
  Atlanta GA State
2016 Estimated Population 456,378 10,099,320
Median Age 33.5 36.2
Housing Units 231,432 4,156,518
Occupied 189,343 3,611,706
Owned 81,417 2,266,411
Rented 107,926 1,345,295
Average Household Size 2.24 2.72
Rental Vacancy Rate 8.2% 7.8%
Homeowner Vacancy Rate 3.2% 2.4%
Median Home Value $222,300 $152,400
Median Monthly Rental Cost $998 $897
Estimated Mean Income $121,929 $82,647
Median Household Income $49,398 $51,037
Percent of Individuals below poverty level 24% 17.8%
Educational Attainment: Percent high school graduate or higher 89.5% 85.8%
Educational Attainment: Percent high school graduate 19.1% 28.1%
Educational Attainment: Percent with some College 17.3% 21%
Educational Attainment: Percent bachelor degree or higher 48.3% 29.4%
Average Commute time in minutes 25.8 27.7
Commute 216,909 4,438,650
Commute by car, truck or other vehicle - Drive Alone 148,734 3,532,380
Commute by car, truck or other vehicle - Carpool 15,204 448,646
Use Public Transportation 21,763 93,061
Work from Home 16,551 224,199
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