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Georgia Public Policy Foundation
3200 Cobb Galleria Parkway
Suite 214
Atlanta, GA 30339

Email: info@GeorgiaPolicy.org
Telephone: 404/256-4050


Directions:

I-75 South (toward Downtown Atlanta)
Take the Cumberland Boulevard exit, Exit 258. Go 0.5 mile. Turn right onto Cumberland Boulevard SE. Take the first right onto Cobb Galleria Parkway. Turn right at the first light into the Galleria 75 business complex. Turn left in the complex and the Georgia Public Policy Foundation is in Suite 214, about the center of the building, on the left.
(If you reach the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre or Akers Mill Road you’ve gone too far.)

I-75 North (from Downtown Atlanta)
Take the Cumberland Boulevard exit, Exit 258. Turn left onto Cumberland Boulevard SE. Take the first right onto Cobb Galleria Parkway. Turn right at the first light into the Galleria 75 business complex. Turn left in the complex and the Georgia Public Policy Foundation is in Suite 214, about the center of the building, on the left.

From I-285 West
Take the I-75 South exit toward Atlanta. Continue toward Cumberland Boulevard. Turn right onto Cumberland Boulevard SE. Take the first right onto Cobb Galleria Parkway. Turn right at the first light into the Galleria 75 business complex. Turn left in the complex and the Georgia Public Policy Foundation is in Suite 214, about the center of the building, on the left.

From I-285 East
Take exit 19 for US-41/Cobb Parkway. Turn right onto US-41 S/Cobb Parkway SE. Turn left onto Akers Mill Road (0.4 miles). Turn right onto Cobb Galleria Parkway (0.4 miles). Turn left into the Galleria 75 business complex. Turn left in the complex and the Georgia Public Policy Foundation is in Suite 214, about the center of the building, on the left.

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