Working at the Atlanta Galleria Office Park
What kind of parking is provided?
Free parking is provided to all employees and visitors with some designated parking areas for visitors and couriers at each building.
Where can I drop off mail and overnight shipments?
Drop boxes for USPS, UPS and FedEx are located in each building’s mailroom.
Does the Atlanta Galleria Office Park have a smoking policy?
Smoking is prohibited in all buildings. Each building and the Galleria Gardens have a designated smoking areas.
How can I learn more about leasing at the Atlanta Galleria Office Park?
The leasing team is available to meet with you to discuss your needs. Call Connie Engel at 770.859.1203 or Milly Miller at 770.859.1251.
Are there specific moving in procedures?
To make your move as easy and stress-free as possible, we have outlined specific guidelines for your move into the building. For more information or clarification, please contact the Galleria Property Management team at 770.859.1250.
Do my employees get access cards?
Employers will coordinate with the property manager upon move-in to determine the correct number of access cards needed for employees.
How can we participate in recycling?
The Atlanta Galleria Office Park offers services to help you meet your green goals by operating a comprehensive “single-stream” recycling program. Newspaper, plastic, glass, aluminum, paper & cardboard are all recycled with this program. For more information contact Galleria Property Management at 770.859.1250.
Making a service request
How do I make a work or service request?
Galleria Property Management offers the ability to make requests online and monitor the status from start to finish at any time of the day or night.
When you make a request via iTenantOffice, the request is sent directly to the appropriate building engineer. Contact Galleria Property Management 770.859.1250 to learn more.
How is Security handled?
Galleria Security is on-duty 24/7, including holidays. The Security Operations Center is located on the basement level of Galleria 200, next to the loading dock, and can be reached at 770.955.6198.
Building entrances are locked from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. and all day Saturday and Sunday. The parking deck is patrolled regularly throughout the day and evening.
How can I get an escort to my car?
Call 770.955.6198 and security personnel will escort you to your car.
Will there be parking at the Atlanta Galleria Office Park?
No, the Atlanta Galleria Office Park tenants are the utmost priority. We are evaluating our tenants‘ access to the new Braves stadium. Please check back for updates.
How will Cobb County manage the traffic in the area?
Current roadway improvements include Windy Hill Diverging Diamond Interchange and corridor improvements extending from U.S. 41 to Powers Ferry -- open to traffic first quarter 2017.
Windy Hill Road West: This SPLOST 2011 project improves Windy Hill Road from US 41/Cobb Pkwy. to I-75 from five lanes to a six-lane divided (raised landscaped median) urban typical section with curb, gutter and sidewalks. Traffic signals will be upgraded and all new pedestrian accommodations will be included.
Windy Hill Road East: This SPLOST 2011 project adds an eastbound lane to the current alignment from the bridge over Rottenwood Creek to Interstate North Pkwy/Spectrum Cir. The project, a 2005 SPLOST deferred project, will add an additional westbound lane from Interstate North Parkway/Spectrum Circle to Powers Ferry Road. Additional turn lanes will also be added to Windy Hill Road east of Powers Ferry Road.
Cobb Parkway from Akers Mill to Paces Mill – widening to six lanes currently under contract.
Cobb Parkway/Chattahoochee River Bridge – currently under construction.
Northwest Corridor I-75 managed lanes from I-285 North to the I-575 split and from I-575 to Hickory Grove Roadand on I-575 from I-75 to Sixes Road – open to traffic 2018.
Other roadway improvements under consideration include development to potential Windy Ridge Parkway Connector, operational improvements in the area, Windy Hill – Terrell Mill Connector, Cobb Parkway/I-285 Diverging Diamond Interchange, Cobb Pkwy/Cumberland/Spring Road Split Diamond and I-285 access to Circle 75 Parkway roundabout.
Will we have mass transit in the area?
Cobb Community Transit has five bus routes currently serving the Cumberland area. Routes begin, end or go through the Cumberland Transfer Center with Route 10 servicing Cumberland the most; up to 50 times each weekday with limited service on Saturday and no service on Sunday. Cumberland Transfer Center also services the Cumberland Mall, Costco, and is also the transfer point to MARTA bus service and additional CCT routes passengers travel. MARTA Route 12 serves the Howell Mill Road/Cumberland area.
Are there roads that lead to the new ballpark?
There are 14 access points to and from the stadium area:
East: Terrell Mill Road, Windy Hill Road, Windy Ridge Parkway, I-285
North: Powers Ferry Road, I-75, Cobb Parkway
West: Windy Hill Road, Spring Road, I-285, Spring Hill Parkway, Cumberland Parkway
South: Cobb Parkway, I-75
How will the stadium affect traffic in the Cobb Galleria area?
The Georgia Department of Transportation is widening one of the bridges over U.S. 41/Cobb Parkway and is planning to widen the Windy Hill Bridge over I-75 and add a diverging diamond interchange at the Windy Hill/I-75 interchange. Plans also call for widening Cobb Parkway from Paces Mill to Akers Mill Road.
Other transportation options are being explored to facilitate efficient traffic flow, including the utilization of the Cobb Community Transit bus system and a circulator connecting Cumberland-area businesses. Cobb County officials also plan sidewalk improvements around the site and have potential plans for a bus transit.