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Atlanta is the capital and largest and most populous city of the state of Georgia and the thirty-third in the United States in number of inhabitants in 2008. It has an estimated population of 537 958 inhabitants. Its metropolitan area, whose official name is Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, GA MSA (commonly known as the Metropolitan Atlanta), is the ninth largest metropolitan area in the country, with approximately 5.5 million inhabitants. As in most of the Sun Belt, the Atlanta region experienced significant growth in the 2000s, as it added more than one million inhabitants between 2000 and 2008. This was the largest growth of any US area behind Dallas -Fort Worth metroplex. With a gross income of US $ 270 billion, the economy of Atlanta is ranked 15th among the cities in the world and sixth in the United States.
Considered a business city and transportation hub, Atlanta is the world headquarters of The Coca-Cola Company, AT&T Mobility, Delta Air Lines and CNN. In addition, the city has the third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies and more than 75% of Fortune 1000 companies are based in this metropolitan area. Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, located at Eleven kilometers south of downtown Atlanta, it is the busiest airport in the world and the only one that covers city services.
Atlanta is also the seat of Fulton County and the fifth location of the seat of the Georgia state government. A small part of the city limits of Atlanta borders DeKalb County.
Our selection of Apartments in Atlanta
The 3060 Guest House
Amazing Midtown Location by Piedmont Park
Downtown Modern Oasis
The 4 C's Calvin's Condo 4 Comfort & 4 Convenience
Our selection of Hotels in Atlanta
Hyatt House Atlanta Cobb Galleria ★★★
JW Marriott Atlanta Buckhead ★★★★
Staybridge Suites Atlanta Perimeter CTR ★★★
Moxy Atlanta Midtown ★★★★
Georgia-Pacific Tower is a skyscraper 212.45 meters (697.01 feet) high located in Atlanta. It contains 52 office floors and was completed in 1982. It was the second tallest building in the city from 1982 to 1987. From 1976 to 1987, the tallest building was the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel. Georgia-Pacific Tower has a staircase design that descends to the ground, and is clad in pink marble extracted in Tate, Georgia.
The tower is in the former place of the Loew Grand Theater, where the premiere of the 1939 film took place, The Wind took (133 Peachtree St. NE, near the intersection of Peachtree and Forsyth streets). The theater could not be demolished for its consideration of monument; When it burned in 1978, clearing the way to the tower, some locals found the mysterious circumstances and perhaps more than a coincidence.  The study of architects who designed it was Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. The tower is the world headquarters of Georgia-Pacific. Other occupants include the McKinsey & Company consultancy and the downtown branch of the High Museum of Art, which opened in 1986.  On March 14, 2008, the tower suffered minor damage when a tornado crossed downtown Atlanta. Some windows burst. It was the first tornado that went through downtown since time registration began in the 1880s.
The Consulate General of the United Kingdom is located in the building.
The building served as a filming location for the 1985 action film Invasion U.S.A. starring Chuck Norris and Richard Lynch, in which he served as the scene of the final battle between the United States Army and the army of international terrorists.