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Atlanta city overview
Atlanta, Georgia is the capital city of Georgia and began life as a transportation hub for goods traveling across the country. With a city population of almost 500,000 and a metro population of 5.7 million, it is the busiest city in the state and the ninth busiest in the country.
Brief history of Atlanta
The area that is now the city was originally home to the Creek Indians. Settlers forced them out in 1821. The intent was for the city to serve as a transport terminus for the port of Savannah and the Midwest and for the Western and Atlantic Railroad to build a hub to support that. The original mile marker was placed in what is now Five Points and the settlement began.
Atlanta was originally known by a few other names before ‘Atlanta-Pacifica’ was suggested. This was shortened to Atlanta, which was agreed in 1847. The city became the hub for a number of railroads which it has serviced throughout its early life. Aa a hub, it played a large part in the American Civil War, with many battles being fought around. The city was razed by General Sherman in 1864.
The location and transport links meant Atlanta was quickly rebuilt and in 1868, it became the state capital. The arrival of Georgia School of Technology and the Atlanta University secured its place as an influencer in the modern era.
The 1996 Summer Olympic Games was a watershed moment in the city’s history that sparked real change. Since then, the demographics have changed, the city has grown and it is now an economic powerhouse that spreads its net wide across the country.
Doing business in Atlanta
Atlanta was founded as a transport hub and it remains true to that even now. Logistics is a huge employer in the city but the economy has also diversified into many other things. Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is now the world’s busiest airport which has helped it become a meeting center for international business.
Other industrial influences include IT, Media, movies and TV and diplomacy. Thanks to the airport, many countries have consulates and an international presence in Atlanta, as do many companies including The Coca-Cola Company, Cable News Network, Cox Enterprises, The Home Depot, Delta Air Lines, AT&T Mobility, Chick-fil-A, and UPS.
Many international businesses either have their global headquarters in Atlanta or a significant presence here. The ease of travel, central location and sheer number of other companies represented here means any large organization has an office in the city.
Atlanta city character
Atlanta has always encouraged immigration so has attracted people from all over the world. This has created a very diverse cultural mix that makes the city a rich, vibrant place to live. The arts and cultural scene is varied and plentiful with a large number of venues supporting all areas of the arts.
There are hundreds of museums, galleries, performance venues, live music venues and creative spaces around the city. The mix of cultures is heady and great for exploring. The city also has a huge influence in Country music with many venues dedicated to that single type as well as some major artists or regularly perform here.
Atlanta also has a growing tourist industry which welcomes over 35 million people a year. Great transport links means the city is easy to get to and welcomes you once you’re here.
Some of the districts that make up Atlanta include; Five Points, Centennial Park, Sweet Auburn, Hotel District, Castleberry Hill, Midtown, Atlantic Station, Buckhead, Virginia-Highland, Little Five Points, Candler Park, Poncey-Highland, East Atlanta Village, Grant Park, Hapeville, Southeast Atlanta, Upper Westside and Decatur.