A Sense of Place

In North Fulton, most cities have efforts underway to create a sense of place, or center, in each municipality: Sandy Springs’ new City Center, Milton’s Legacy Milton Initiative, The District in Johns Creek, downtown Alpharetta, and Roswell’s City Walk.

Mixed-use developments, technology and regional collaboration

“People want to work where they want to live,” says Alpharetta Mayor David Belle Isle. “By creating this walkable space with Avalon and the new downtown and reinvestment in our existing downtown, that’s created this culture that’s attracting and really making the city known for the employer side of what we have.”

Welcome to Progress Partners! From an economic perspective, North Fulton Atlanta is a powerhouse. Known as the state’s “Golden Corridor,” North Fulton Atlanta consistently ranks as one of the fastest growing areas in the country. This strong business community is the fiber-optic backbone of the East Coast. Our healthcare access surpasses many other large cities, with five major hospitals and specialists in neo-natology, neurology, cardiology and other areas.

To promote this prosperous region, the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce has created Progress Partners of North Fulton Atlanta. This initiative provides a single source for economic development information, and promotes the long-term economic growth and superior quality of life found here.

Please browse our site to learn about our six distinct cities, the 40+ mission-critical data centers, numerous Fortune 500 headquarters and the top-ranked schools that make North Fulton Atlanta one of the best places in the country to do business.

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