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North Fulton County balances the needs of both community and commerce by offering the international sophistication of high technology and multinational business sweetened with civic pride and neighborliness. North Fulton is headquarters to three Fortune 500 companies as well as major regional operations for at least 16 on the Fortune 500.
North Fulton's business climate is characterized by available, affordable buildings and developable sites, a well-educated workforce, and a comprehensive array of business services and benefits. Fully-prepared and beautifully landscaped business parks are located in North Fulton, providing a range of spaces at competitive leasing rates. Also, the availability of affordable land offers opportunities for new construction, with a wide variety of sites available for office, warehouse/ distribution and manufacturing facilities. The Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce can facilitate the identification of available land, buildings and other resources to accommodate any need for new facility locations or the expansion of existing facilities.
Progress Partners of North Fulton Atlanta is an initiative of the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce designed to position North Fulton as one of the top destinations in Atlanta for long-term economic growth and superior quality of life. Through this initiative, Progress Partners combines the best attributes of Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell and Sandy Springs..
The North Fulton CID is a self-taxing district that spans from Mansell Road north to McGinnis Ferry Road. A voluntary tax, paid by commercial property owners within the District’s boundaries, funds the CIDs efforts to improve the area. The cities of Alpharetta, Milton and Roswell fall within the CID’s boundaries, and all three cities partner with the CID on projects, planning and initiatives.