Plenty of people have claimed to be ahead of their time. It’s rare that they can actually prove it. See what makes the City of Alpharetta "Georgia's Connected City."
With easy access to the world's busiest airport, city wide fiber optic internet, public transit, cultural and entertainment centers and walkable spaces that weave through a vibrant downtown, we’re sure you will find all of your needs satisfied when you live in Alpharetta.
Our story goes like this: During the late-90s dot-com boom, the City of Alpharetta started to grow from the ground up—literally. Hundreds of miles of fiber optic cables were buried throughout the city, and Georgia’s largest electricity provider, Georgia Power, established a series of redundant electric networks throughout the city.
Above U.S. Average
Total Square Feet Office Space
The result? We’re built on a solid foundation of technology and infrastructure that has enabled us to expand city amenities and cultural events, attracting the best and the brightest from the region. Alpharetta’s community offers the ideal situation for companies seeking to relocate and develop a sustainable workforce. Whether you’re a burgeoning start-up looking to stake your claim or a global conglomerate in need of an expansion, you won’t find a more fertile location for your business to grow. Alpharetta is a utopia of connectivity that boasts an ever-growing list of economic and social advantages.
Both Enterprise and Co-Location
Hundreds of technology and corporate companies have already taken advantage of our great community. See who’s already here, and know that YOU’LL BE IN GOOD COMPANY.
Whenever you’re ready to get to work, we’re ready to welcome you. Alpharetta is the largest suburban office market in the Metro Atlanta area, and with 25 million square feet of office space—with everything from large corporate office parks to unique Class A buildings overlooking the beautiful Big Creek Greenway grounds—you’ll be sure to find the right fit for your business.
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Because Alpharetta is just a quick drive from Atlanta, your business will be conveniently positioned near the world’s busiest airport. And if that’s not enticing enough, there are plenty of other ways to get around. Whether you prefer to drive by car or ride public transit, Alpharetta makes sure you and your workers can easily get to where you need to go.
Alpharetta to Downtown Atlanta
GA 400, Hwy 9, Hwy 120, Hwy 372
MARTA Routes to Atlanta
Route 85, 140, 14, and 185
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is the world’s busiest airport, serving more than 150 U.S. destinations and over 75 destinations in 50 countries with more than 2,500 daily flights. More importantly, more than 80 percent of the continental U.S. population is within a two-hour flight. Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is less than a one-hour drive from the City of Alpharetta and offers businesses access to the world.
Having one of metro Atlanta’s most redundant power and fiber infrastructure has helped Alpharetta’s businesses and residents stay connected even during the most difficult of times. While fiber infrastructure was a valuable asset a few years ago, after a year of virtual work and school, it has become a critical need for a truly connected city. An abundance of fiber providers like FiberLight, Level 3, Comcast and others allows users to scale up their operations quickly. That’s why Alpharetta is home to over 15 enterprise and co-location data centers. As the need for big data becomes more important for businesses, Alpharetta is already ready for your next big move.
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) serves Alpharetta with four different bus lines to help get residents and workers around the city. These are the 85, 140, 143 and 185 lines. MARTA bus service in Alpharetta also connects to its rail service which allows riders to quickly access downtown Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Alpharetta is also home to two MARTA park and ride facilities located at Georgia 400/Mansell Road and Georgia 400/Windward Parkway.
When you want to take a trip into the Atlanta area, you won’t have to worry about the traffic.