The South Atlanta commercial real estate market is anchored by Atlanta’s Hartsfield International Airport and the Georgia International Convention Center. Additionally, in 2015 Porsche North America invested $100 million for their headquarters and Porsche Experience Center just northeast of the airport and Chick-fil-A Inc. calls College Park home.
Within 125,000-acre region, a portion of it running along the Chattahoochee River, you will travel through eight cities that make-up South Atlanta, Fulton County including; the City of South Fulton, Hapeville, East Point, College Park, Fairburn, Union City, Palmetto, Chattahoochee Hills, Southwest Atlanta and the unincorporated area of Fulton Industrial Boulevard.
South Atlanta Fulton County is adjacent to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s busiest airport and also home to major passenger and shipping hubs along with several major corporate headquarters including Delta Airlines, Chick fil-A, UPS, and Porsche Cars of North America. South Fulton County is also home to several movie studios including Areu Bros. Studios, Atlanta Metro Studios, Tyler Perry Studios and EUE/Screen Gems. Some of our special treasures include Christian City, Camp Creek Marketplace, Wolf Creek Amphitheater, Southwest Performing Arts Theater & Arts Center, Delta Flight Museum, Hapeville’s Academy Theater, and the Serenbe Playhouse.
The Georgia International Convention Center, Georgia’s second-largest convention center, is located just miles from the airport and is proven to be a high-demand destination for large meetings and conferences and includes the new SkyHawks Arena at Gateway Center and the BMW Training Facility.
Woodward Academy, the nation’s largest independent school and a renowned educational facility, has been serving students since 1900. We are also home to Arlington Christian Academy and Landmark Christian Academy. South Fulton proudly boasts of being home to the Fairburn campuses of both Georgia Military College and Brenau College.