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You're GE: Which Atlanta Headquarters Do You Choose?

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You're a big-wig at one of the largest, most profitable Fortune 500 companies in the United States — congratulations. And you're a little pissed at Connecticut for hiking taxes on your fancy HQ campus. So what do you do? You shop around. The good news is everyone wants you; developers are throwing themselves at your feet, creating renderings of what your new corporate campus will hypothetically look like. Three desperate interested developers in Atlanta have taken note of the latest news involving GE and released unsolicited renderings to catch your eye. First there was Three Alliance Center, then Atlantic Station and the latest contender is Assembly, who, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, started brown-nosing released renderings of their proposal yesterday. Now it's up to you: Where do you want to relocate?


Alliance Center

Glitzy and glamorous with its faceted glass walls, Three Alliance Center is the brainchild of local architects Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam. The Tishman Speyer development is surrounded by high-end shopping, is close to MARTA and offers good visibility from Georgia Highway 400.



While it may not be as in-town as the other two options, the new development perched on Interstate 285 is highly visible and provides direct access to MARTA. Plus being next to a movie studio is pretty cool.


Atlantic Station

Located across the Connector from Midtown, the campus would be highly visible to Atlantans as they commute through the city ... and you can go get Swedish meatballs for lunch at IKEA!

Now vote quick and don't delay! This poll is destined to heavily influence GE's decision!


Poll results

· What General Electric's headquarters looks like towering over Atlanta's Perimeter [Atlanta Business Chronicle]
· Renderings: How Atlantic Station could Look with Major HQ [Curbed Atlanta]

Atlantic Station

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