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Directions To GDEcD

75 Fifth Street, N.W., Suite 1200
Centergy One Building
Atlanta, GA 30308
404-962-4000

DirectionsPlease review the different options below to see which best fits your travel plans. They include road access to and from our building, plus information on MARTA and the Tech Trolley shuttle.
To view a larger version of the map click here ▶Please review the different options below to see which best fits your travel plans. They include road access to and from our building, plus information on MARTA and the Tech Trolley shuttle.

For a printable copy, click GDEcD Directions. (PDF)

Directions From Northbound I-75/I-85 Downtown Connector

  • Take exit 250/10th Street.
  • Turn right onto 10th Street at the Chevron Station.
  • Go to the first traffic light and turn right onto Spring Street.(Image courtesy of MapQuest)
  • Just beyond the second second traffic light at Abercrombie Place NW (an Office Depot will be on your left), turn right into the Centergy One parking deck driveway.
  • The entrance to the parking deck will be on your right.
  • Level 5 provides direct access to a walkway to the Centergy One Building which will be on your left.

Directions From Southbound I-75/I-85 Downtown Connector From I-85:

  • Take exit 84 at 17th/14th/10th Streets.
  • At the “Y” in the road, bear left.
  • Continue on the ramp to the 10th Street intersection (be careful to merge right one lane so you are in the inside left turn lane).
  • At the traffic light turn left and crossover the bridge.
  • Stay in the outside right lane and at the second traffic light turn onto Spring Street at the Chevron Station.
  • Just beyond the second traffic light at Abercrombie Place NW (an Office Depot will be on your left), turn right into the Centergy One parking deck driveway. The entrance to the parking deck will be on your right. Level 5 provides direct access to a walkway to the Centergy One Building which will be on your left.


From I-75:

  • Take Exit 250: 10th/14th/16th St.
  • Continue on the ramp past the 16th Street exit, through the 14th Street intersection to the 10th Street intersection (be careful as you merge one lane to your right so you are in the inside left turn lane.
  • At the traffic light turn left and crossover the bridge.
  • Stay in the outside right lane and at the second traffic light turn onto Spring Street at the Chevron Station.
  • Just beyond the second second traffic light at Abercrombie Place NW (an Office Depot will be on your left), turn right into the Centergy One parking deck driveway. The entrance to the parking deck will be on your right. Level 5 provides direct access to a walkway to the Centergy One Building which will be on your left.

Directions Back To I-75/85 Downtown Connector

  • Turn left exiting the parking deck and at the top of the driveway turn right onto Spring Street
  • Continue on Spring Street through Fifth Street and North Avenue.
  • As you approach the third traffic light (North Avenue) you have two options:

Southbound I-75/I-85:

  • Bear to the left and follow the directions to the southbound entrance ramp.

Northbound I-75/I-85:

  • The approach ramp to the northbound entrance will be on your right.
  • As you enter into traffic merge to the far left to access I-85 Northbound or stay to the right to access I-75 Northbound.
  • You will see a split in the highway directing you in either direction.

Directions From MARTA’s Midtown Station & The Tech Trolley

  • Exit onto Peachtree Place.
  • The yellow Georgia Tech Trolley shuttle runs every six minutes from 7:30am to 7pm M-F.
  • The trolley’s first stop will be in front of the Centergy One Building.
  • The trolley runs Monday-Friday from 5:45am to 11pm and at different times on weekends.

For complete schedule information, please click here.

Contact GDEcD

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