Atlantic Station was designed to attract the up-and-coming residents and tech companies of Atlanta and have had lots of success since CBRE purchased and repositioned the property in 2010. Pandora, Square, Ticketmaster, and Search Discovery are just a few of the tech firms that have landed in this 138-acre mixed-use development at the intersection of I-85 and I-75, and they’re getting a new neighbor.
Netsolace, a tech firm that designs software that helps franchisors better manage their franchisees, has decided to lease 4,000 SF at 201 17th Street within the Atlantic Station development; their space is on a 22,000 SF “tech floor,” which was designed specifically to meet the needs of tech companies and start-ups. The company hopes to eventually employ about 40 people in this office, and anticipates that the Atlanta office will deal mostly with the sales and marketing aspects of their business.
When asked by Netsolace chose Atlanta, company reps indicated that they were drawn to the number of large corporate HQs that already call Atlanta home, the abundant talent and recruitment capabilities, and the concentration of tech companies here as compared to other cities.Share