Economic Development News - 3rd Quarter 2010
 



Over the past three months several companies have announced plans to open new facilities or expand existing operations.
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Sofkee, Macon
This 560-acre industrial park is centrally located in Macon and is one of the state’s premier GRAD (Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development) sites.
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Georgia Pacific Center, Atlanta

More than 130,000 square feet of Class A office space is available in this 1.1 million-square-foot high-rise on Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta.
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Georgia Power has once again been recognized as one of the Top 10 Utilities for Economic Development by Site Selection magazine. This is the 12th consecutive year our organization has received this award. We are honored to be recognized and will continue to serve our clients with the professionalism and expertise they have come to expect.

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In the Jones Lang LaSalle Data Centre Barometer, Spring 2010, Atlanta was identified as the best place in the United States to locate a data center.
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Georgia’s efforts to improve its K-12 public education system have been recognized with a $400 million “Race To The Top” grant.
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During the 2010 Georgia General Assembly session, pieces of legislation that address transportation, water and education were passed and have been signed into law by Gov. Sonny Perdue.
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According to numbers recently released, Georgia’s ports handled more than 2.63 million TEUs (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit containers) in fiscal year 2010, maintaining its position as the fourth highest volume container port in the nation.
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Download Georgia Power’s new industry reports to learn about these businesses in Georgia.

  1. Plastics Industry in Georgia
  2. Digital Media Snapshot
  3. Aerospace Industry
    1. Executive Summary
    2. Full Report



Meet our statewide project support team, as well as our regional economic development managers. View videos about each region of the state and see what Georgia has to offer your new or expanding company.

You can contact our statewide project managers, our metro Atlanta community development managers, or our community development managers outside of metro Atlanta for assistance.