OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT IN ATLANTA

If you’re looking for office space in Atlanta, Georgia, you’ve come to the right place! Boxer Property has a wide selection of professional offices available throughout the city. Whether you need a whole floor, a private suite, or anything in between, we can help you find the perfect space. Our tenants enjoy our simple rental process and our well-maintained buildings. And, we love seeing our tenants grow their businesses! Learn more about our Atlanta commercial real estate rates, lease terms, amenities, and more today. 

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ATLANTA SMALL OFFICE RATES

Having helped businesses both large and small rent office space since 1992, we know that everyone has unique business space needs. We’ll start with your list of “must haves,” such as square footage, price, location, and a number of work areas, and help you narrow down your options from there. You can also explore your options using our Office Space Calculator and searching our Atlanta property database. Then, give us a call to schedule free tours of the spaces you’re interested in. We welcome any inquiries you may have along the way. See our list of Frequently Asked Questions, and let us know how else we can assist you!

SINGLE OFFICES FOR LEASE

Starting a new business in Atlanta? Boxer Property offers many single office space options throughout the Atlanta area including Norcross, Duluth, College Park and more. Don’t settle for cheap office space as it can cost you much more in the long run. Your business deserves better than a bad location, outdated fixtures or furniture, and bare-bone amenities.

SHORT & SIMPLE LEASE TERMS

Our tenants appreciate the easy-to-complete, easy-to-understand leases from Boxer Property and the flexibility afforded by our short-term leases. We also offer the option to expand to a larger office space in a Boxer-owned building without breaking your lease, should you need more space mid-way during your contract.

EXECUTIVE SUITE AMENITIES

All of our offices offer great amenities that help make your workday easier and more pleasant. But did you know that you can rent a private office or even desk space and still have access to the amenities traditionally found in larger offices? Workstyle executive suites provide affordably priced, upscale workspaces with features like fully equipped conference rooms, modern updates, and comfortable common spaces.

Our Workstyle amenities include free Wi-Fi access, complimentary coffee bars, spacious parking, on-site management, modern architecture, stylish design, and more. Plus, shared spaces like conference rooms, lounges, break areas, and collaborative spaces help you to get the most out of your Atlanta office space. We believe that these things aren’t just nice to have, but crucial to the productivity and comfort of a work environment.

ATLANTA OFFICE SPACE CONSIDERATIONS

Atlanta possesses a rich history, rising from the ashes of the Civil War to become a key commercial center of the nation. Following the Civil Rights Movement, it became known as the city that’s “too busy to hate,” reflecting both the views of its residents and the vigor of its economy. In the years leading up to the 1996 Olympic Games, the city underwent a major revitalization that included road improvements, street landscaping, and public transportation expansions.

The Atlanta metro area currently ranks as the 8th-largest economy in the country and 17th-largest in the world. It boasts success in industries as diverse as logistics, professional and business services, media, tourism, and information technology, and is home to the third-highest number of Fortune 500 companies in the nation. In 2015, the city ranked #5 on Forbes’ annual Best Place for Business and Careers list.

When you rent office space in Atlanta, take into account the city’s layout and transportation options. Interstate 285 (“the Perimeter”) encircles most of Atlanta, providing an unofficial boundary between the city plus inner suburbs like Decatur and College Park, and outer suburbs like Norcross, Duluth, and Smyrna. Three major intersections — I-20, I-75, and I-85 — converge in Downtown Atlanta, aiding commutes into and out of the busy city. Many people also rely on the buses and trains of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). You’ll also find the busiest airport in the world right here in Atlanta: the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL).

The city seamlessly weaves in Southern charm and culture with its decidedly cosmopolitan community. Follow Peachtree Street and you’ll hit all of Atlanta’s major districts: Downtown, the Eastside, the Mid-town, Buckhead, the Eastside, and the Westside.

Each district has unique offerings, and rates for Atlanta office space vary from one district to another. Downtown, with the most office space in the metro area, puts you in the heart of the city. Mid-town has the second-largest business district and a reputation as “the heart of the arts.” Buckhead, eight miles north of Downtown, ranks as Atlanta’s third-largest business district and the city’s most affluent area. It features high-end shopping, restaurants, and vibrant nightlife.

Atlanta’s suburbs also make for great business locations. The historic, small-town feel of Norcross contrasts with the newer, planned community atmosphere of the nearby Peachtree Corners. In Duluth, one of the safest places to live in Georgia, you’ll find an international flair, thanks to nearly 30% of residents who were born abroad.

Lastly, energy efficiency should play a factor in your Atlanta office space considerations. The city prides itself on its sustainability initiatives, having the third-most ENERGY STAR-ranked buildings in the nation in 2015. Atlanta’s Hurt Building, managed by Boxer Property, is one such building, also earning LEED-EB Platinum and BOMA 360 certifications. Ask about any energy-efficiency improvements that have been made in the building you’re looking at, as well as estimated heating, cooling, and energy costs.

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