CEO Business Center is the most professional and convenient place for Executive Office Rentals and Virtual Office Packages, ideally located at Gwinnett County’s premier address: Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth.
The most prestigious business address in the Atlanta metropolitan area, Sugarloaf is set amongst Gwinnett County’s elite neighborhoods, including the gated community of Sugarloaf Country Club and its PGA Tour Network, Greg Norman-designed golf course, TPC Sugarloaf. Easily accessible to Georgia State Route 316 via the Sugarloaf Parkway, the sought-after business and residential area is in close proximity to a diverse array of dining and accommodations options for business travelers.
Duluth, Georgia, the city where Sugarloaf can be found, is a prestigious and rapidly developing suburb just 20 miles from downtown Atlanta, easily accessible to Interstate 85 and 32 miles from Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. Situated in the northeastern section of the Atlanta metropolitan area, it enjoys rich geography, bounded to the north by the Chattahoochee River, northeast by Suwanee, south by unincorporated land, and west by Berkeley Lake.
With a growing population of 26,600 (2010 census), Forbes Magazine ranked Duluth 26th in the nation in America’s Best Places to Move. BusinessWeek has also named it the Best Affordable Suburb in Georgia.
A cosmopolitan city with global business ties, Atlanta is rightfully recognized as the “Capital of the Southeast.” As a transportation hub for the United States and the world, Hartsfield-Atlanta International Airport is among the nations busiest, with direct flights to South America, Europe and Asia. Atlanta is home to over 1,000 international businesses, and 50+ countries are represented through various consulates, trade offices and chambers of commerce. The city is known as a major banking center, and it is the headquarters of 13 Fortune 500 companies. Though downtown’s population has held relatively steady over the past two decades with just over 430,000 residents (2011 census), by contrast, the Metro Atlanta area has surged by 40% over the same time period to reach almost 4.2 million. Gwinnett County led the region’s growth in fiscal 2012, with an additional 9,000 residents relocating during the year. (Atlanta Business Chronicle, 9/9/12)