The Georgia Conservancy's Atlanta Office to Move Downtown
New address on Peachtree Street will bring the Georgia Conservancy closer to partners
The Georgia Conservancy is excited to announce that it is moving south down Peachtree – but not too far.
“During our nearly 50-year history, we’ve called a number of office locations home,” says Georgia Conservancy President Robert Ramsay. “As the current lease at our Atlanta office in Midtown neared its expiration, we took a long hard look at the rental market in the city. Today, we are excited to announce that we are moving 1.3 miles down Peachtree Street to Downtown Atlanta.”
As of May 23, the Georgia Conservancy’s new Atlanta address is 230 Peachtree Street NW, Suite 1250, Atlanta, GA 30303.
The change in address is just one of a number of forward-minded changes afoot at the Georgia Conservancy. A year into a new five-year strategic plan, the Georgia Conservancy has set for itself a number of ambitious goals that will be further aided by the move to downtown Atlanta.
“Greater access to transit, a very competitive lease, close proximity to the Capitol and the ability to engage day in and day out with our many colleagues in conservation and with the important institutional donors that call downtown home made our decision very easy,” adds Ramsay.
For the last 12 years, the Georgia Conservancy’s Atlanta office has been located at the Biltmore Building in Midtown Atlanta. The Conservancy’s Savannah office will remain in its current location of 428 Bull Street.
About the Georgia Conservancy:
Founded in 1967, the Georgia Conservancy is a statewide, nonprofit organization whose mission is conserve and protect Georgia's natural resources though advocacy, collaboration and engagement. Learn more at www.georgiaconservancy.org.