In a press release from Gov. Nathan Deal’s office offered few details about the complex and did not say where in the city it will be located. But it touted the center’s expected connectivity to metro Atlanta universities, including Georgia Tech, and the business community.
“The Atlanta innovation hub is an example of BlackRock’s strategy to serve clients globally and locally and we are excited to build our presence in the area over the next several years,” BlackRock Chief Operating Officer Rob Goldstein said in the release. “Atlanta was chosen for its skilled and diverse talent pool, thriving business community and high quality of life as we look to attract top talent and constantly innovate how we operate.”