The Decide DeKalb team can help you locate a building or site for your business. Our team can help you identify a location meeting your needs and provide information on incentives and programs that you may qualify for.
If you need assistance with locating a great fit for your relocation or expansion needs please contact:
Join thousands of companies benefiting from DeKalb County’s considerable assets:
- Strategic regional location
- Business friendly environment
- Highly educated workforce
- Global infrastructure
- Entertainment production potential
Use this map to determine a location's eligibility for:
Georgia Opportunity Zone Job Tax Credit: Provides the maximum job tax credit allowed under State law, $3,500 per job created, for companies creating two or more new jobs in a tax year.
Tax Allocation Districts: A funding tool used for redevelopment in which bonds are sold to pay for infrastructure or other costs.
Federal Opportunity Zones: Provides tax benefits for investing unrealized capital gains by investing in undercapitalized communities.
External Partner Resources
Electric Cities of Georgia provides available site listings, in cooperation with the Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development Sites program.
Georgia EMC’s extensive databases include details about buildings, industrial/commercial sites, parks and greenfield sites.
Southern Company’s largest subsidiary is Georgia Power. Search its Select Georgia database of available sites by site, county, community, industrial buildings, office buildings, GRAD properties and more.
Georgia established the Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development Sites program, preparing available, shovel-ready sites for rapid industrial development with advance due diligence.
To qualify for GRAD status, local community or economic development organizations submit available sites to Allies. A third party reviews the submission, assessing minimum acreage (50), ownership security, zoning designation, road and rail accessibility, utilities service, and wetlands and stream delineation.
Previously conducted surveys for these sites include topographical, geotechnical and environmental (Phase I) data, plus investigations for cultural resources and endangered species.