Aerotropolis

Aerotropolis Atlanta will be a preeminent location for economic investment in the southeastern U.S., leveraging its proximity to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) through strategic development and expansion of targeted industries intended to enhance the area’s quality of life.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Prime development sites less than 2 miles away from the International Terminal

Open For Business

Over 400 properties are primed and ready for business expansions and relocations

Why Clayton?

Immediate proximity to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Direct access to Georgia’s ports vial rail, and 19 exits on four major U.S. Interstates

Access to two Class I railroads – CSX and Norfolk Southern

Superb office, commercial, and industrial development opportunities

Aggressive incentive structures for new and existing businesses

Proximity to 15 or more major universities and colleges

Industrial/Business Parks

Mountain View Area

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Clayton Commerce Center

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Gillem Logistics Center

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Testimonials

Our expansion in the Southeast will allow us to better serve
current customers and continue our growth strategy by
opening up new markets. By working together with the state
of Georgia and Clayton County, we’re able to further grow
our business while bringing much-needed jobs and economic
growth to the region. We appreciate all the assistance they’ve
provided to help make this initiative a reality.

Bill Schuler

President & CEO, Castellini Group Companies

We began here in Atlanta as a traditional freight forwarder, and have now broadened our range of services to encompass the whole supply chain.  The proximity to the airport drew us to Clayton County to start; as we grew we needed more space, we were fortunate to remain in the county, now even closer to where our clients want us to be.

Colin Smith

President, Future Forwarding Company

What’s great about this facility is the highway access.  Most of our employees don’t work in the building.  They work out in the field, so to be able to come here, get parts, get things and deliver equipment – this is a very central location.  You can get to 85, 285, I mean you can get all around town from here.  That was a big advantage.

Mike Winemiller

President, Briggs International/Briggs Equipment

The Atlanta area was a natural choice for a company like ours due to its central location within two days’ drive of most major population centers and the fact that all of our material arrives and departs by truck.  The Mountain View Opportunity Zone was more compelling due to its proximity to a major airport hub and the payroll-based tax credits.

Mark Sherman

Vice President of Operations, QGistix, an L.P. Hench Company