Charlotte-based EnablePath has announced their plans to relocation their US headquarters to Atlanta as part of an acquisition. EnablePath, which offers services to customize and integrate web-based applications to specific companies’ needs, is just one of many tech firms that have chosen to relocate their operations to Atlanta. The city has proven to be a natural hub for international tech companies because of the enormous international airport, tons of young talent to choose from when hiring, and the relatively low costs of living.
EnablePath plans to create 20 new jobs in Atlanta in addition to some new hires in other offices around the country, and company sources state that they expect to double in size by 2015. EnablePath is searching for about 10,000 SF of office space in Buckhead and would ideally be placed near similar firms. One Buckhead location that comes to mind for this group is the former Ivy Place building, now known as Atlanta Tech Village; David Cummings purchased the building in December 2012 and spent much of 2013 ousting remaining tenants. ATV is currently undergoing major renovations in order to better appeal to tech firms seeking innovative and unique incubator and start-up space. No word yet on whether ATV will continue to offer free parking, a rare commodity in Buckhead.Share