The Cobb Chamber of Commerce will move into the 10th floor of a building a 1100 Circle 75 Parkway.

Cobb Chamber of Commerce to relocate across from SunTrust Park

The Cobb Chamber of Commerce and its two tenants using space in a building on Interstate North Parkway will soon relocate to a new home.

The Chamber said Monday that it has sold its headquarters at 240 interstate North Parkway and will lease office space at 1100 Circle 75 Parkway across from The Battery Atlanta and SunTrust Park, according to the company’s press release. Its new digs are a little more than a mile away from its soon-to-be former home. 

The organization, along with the Cumberland Community Improvement District and Cobb Community Foundation, are expected to move into the new building by early 2020. All three entities will lease the entire 10th floor of the 17,517-square-foot building. Chamber, CID and foundation staff will have access to meeting rooms, event spaces and modern work spaces. 

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Pope & Land, a Cobb-based real estate company, purchased the Chamber’s building and 1.7-acre property. Chamber of Commerce spokeswoman Amy Selby said the company does not want to disclose its purchase price for the building. 

Chamber President & CEO Sharon Mason said the organization is growing and the new space “will help us tell Cobb County’s story to the 12,000-plus members and guests we host each year, along with the prospective companies we are recruiting to Cobb.”

The Cumberland CID is made up of commercial property owners within its who tax themselves to pay for public infrastructure projects. The Cobb Community Foundation distributes grants to charity and nonprofit organizations in the community. 

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