The City of Atlanta has a number of funding opportunities available to business owners, both prospective and current. Many of these opportunities are provided through , one of the City's business development agencies.
A revolving loan program created to address the need for small business lending in distressed neighborhoods.
Provides financial and technical assistance to small, minority- and female-owned businesses to expand and/or relocate in the city.
If you are unable to obtain a market-rate loan to fund your business, you may qualify for a loan if your project is located in a targeted business improvement district.
Assists small and medium-sized businesses with affordable loans.
Below-market rate loans or equity investments that can save eligible developers up to 20 percent
Small and medium-sized businesses who create at least five new jobs in the City of Atlanta are eligible for "gap" financing.
Office of Grants Management
Your point of contact for federal and state grants like CDBG, ESG, and Xổ số Tây Ninh tuần trước programs.
Depending on the nature of your work, you may be eligible for a grant from OCA to fund your publicly available art project or program.
Economic incentives for the preservation of historic properties.
The ANDP offer various business loans to eligible business owners to spur affordable and mixed-income housing developments.
The Fulton County/City of Atlanta Land Bank Authority has the power to extinguish tax liens and resell tax-foreclosed properties to support their development as tax paying properties.
Certain city districts have been incentivized to promote business development, in turn funding public improvement projects.
Other Sources for Opportunities
A networking hub for Atlanta business professionals
Public-private partnership that strives to create a livable downtown Atlanta
Coalition of leading business and community leaders focused on Midtown
Introduce, connect, support, and expand the entrepreneurial ecosystem for the Atlanta region
State's sales and marketing arm
One of the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment and mobility projects currently underway in the United States