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Parking is located to the right of the building. After you’ve parked, take the parking garage elevator to P5, which is the lobby level. Turn left to go to elevator bank for floors 11 to 21. Thompson Hine is located on the 16th floor. Please ensure you bring your parking ticket to be validated.

From I-75 / I-85 Southbound:

  • Merge left onto I-85 North, which is Exit #251 toward GA-400/Greenville.
  • Merge onto GA-400 Toll N via Exit 87 toward Buckhead/Cumming.
  • Take the GA-141 Exit 2 toward Buckhead.
  • Continue on the ramp toward Peachtree Road.
  • Make the first right (before Peachtree Road) into the Alliance Center Complex.

Go to the end of road and make a left into the Two Alliance parking garage.

From I-85 Northbound:

  • Exit #88 at Lenox Road/Cheshire Bridge Road.
  • Turn right onto Lenox Road NE.
  • Take the first left onto Buford Highway NE.
  • Stay straight to go onto Sidney Marcus Blvd NE.
  • Merge onto GA-400 Toll N.
  • Take the GA-141 Conn/Lenox Road, Exit #2 toward Buckhead.
  • Take the ramp toward Peachtree Road and merge onto Lenox Road.
  • Make the first right (before Peachtree Road) into the Alliance Center Complex.
  • Go to the end of road and make a left into the Two Alliance parking garage.

Traveling Northbound from GA 400S:

  • Exit #2 towards Buckhead.
  • Merge onto Lenox Road, stay in right lane toward Peachtree Road.
  • Make the first right (before Peachtree Road) into the Alliance Center Complex.
  • Go to the end of road and make a left into the Two Alliance parking garage.

Traveling Southbound from GA 400N:

  • Exit #2 towards Buckhead and make left at light onto Lenox Road.
  • Stay in far right lane and make the first right (before Peachtree Road) into the Alliance Center Complex.
  • Go to the end of road and make a left into the Two Alliance parking garage.


  • Our Atlanta office is within walking distance to MARTA’s Buckhead Station.
  • The Red Line (North Springs) serves the Buckhead Station.
  • When you get off the train and step onto the platform, make a right to go toward Tower Place and Stratford Drive. Do not go toward Peachtree Road.
  • Go up the stairs or take the elevator (which is behind the stairs) to get to street level.
  • Exit out the gate toward the Street sign.
  • Make Right toward Stratford Drive Sign.
  • Take the elevator or stairs down to the Street level.
  • Cross the street and walk to your left. Pass the driveway and the Paramount Condos.
  • Just past the condos, you will see a sign that says Pedestrian Access to Alliance Center, Monarch Centre and Phipps Plaza. Follow the arrow to the right.
  • Go up the walkway until you come to the plaza.
  • Two Alliance Center is on your right.
  • Enter through the front of the building and go to the 16th floor.

A comprehensive list of all practices represented by our Atlanta office, includes

  • Business Litigation
  • Business Restructuring, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy
  • Corporate Transactions & Securities
  • e-Business & Emerging Technologies
  • Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
  • Energy
  • Environmental
  • ERISA Litigation
  • Family Office Services
  • Global Sourcing & Procurement
  • Government Services
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual Property
  • International
  • Labor & Employment
  • Life Sciences
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Personal & Succession Planning
  • Privacy & Cybersecurity
  • Private Equity & Venture Capital
  • Product Liability Litigation
  • Real Estate
  • Site Selection
  • Telecommunications


With its appeal to Fortune 500 companies as well as innovative startups, Atlanta is quickly emerging as the prime destination for both individuals and businesses seeking growth and success. For many companies, the selection of a business location can serve as a pivotal factor in granting them a significant competitive edge. This holds particularly true for manufacturing and logistical concerns, where optimal positioning is paramount. At Thompson Hine, we keenly recognize the importance of meticulous site selection. Accordingly, we have established a dedicated practice group committed to empowering our clients with informed decision-making capabilities.

Our Approach

We believe that site selection merits a scientific approach. Accordingly, we have partnered with our wholly owned subsidiary, Project Management Consultants LLC (PMC), to deliver a multidisciplinary stance on site selection. Through the fusion of legal expertise with consulting services, we extend comprehensive support to our clients across the entirety of the site selection process.

Selecting the right location necessitates a thorough analysis of various factors. Our team of professionals at Thompson Hine and PMC are well-versed in considering crucial elements, including federal, state and local incentives, government agency affiliations, zoning regulations, environmental concerns, labor dynamics, construction markets and various transactional intricacies. By thoroughly considering these factors, we guide our clients in identifying the ideal location for their manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, corporate headquarters, expansions and other ventures.

Thompson Hine and PMC offer an extensive array of services tailored to meet our clients’ specific needs. Our experienced team provides rigorous evaluation, strategic planning and comprehensive execution support to streamline the site selection process. Whether encompassing site analysis, pre-development, financing or construction, we remain steadfast in guiding our clients through each phase.

With our refined expertise and holistic approach, we empower our clients to maximize the benefits of their location decisions. Trust Thompson Hine and PMC to be your legal and consulting partners in achieving successful site selection initiatives.


Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, which ranks lawyers according to technical legal ability, professional conduct, customer service, commercial awareness, diligence and commitment, based on interviews with clients and peers.

Georgia Super Lawyers® and Georgia Rising Stars, a distinction recognizing lawyers in the marketplace who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

Georgia Trend’s Legal Elite, a distinction based on votes from lawyers who practice in Georgia and are members of the State Bar of Georgia. Lawyers from our Atlanta Business Restructuring, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy, Environmental and Intellectual Property practices have been recognized.

The Legal 500 United States, a directory of peer- and client-recommended firms, practices and lawyers used by clients throughout the country to guide their selection of lawyers and law firms.

As do all Thompson Hine offices, we apply our firm’s Client Service Pledge to our commitment to provide an outstanding work environment built on mutual respect, teamwork and diversity. Both individually and as a group, we participate in civic and charitable endeavors, and contribute multiple hours to numerous pro bono matters, so that we may give something back to our community through leadership, volunteer work and our own initiatives.

Individually and as a group, we participate in a variety of civic and charitable endeavors and contribute many hours to pro bono work, as we strongly believe we have an obligation to serve our community as leaders and volunteers.

Known as the capital of the Southeast, Atlanta has experienced unprecedented growth over the past two decades. Although the official city population remains steady, the metro population has grown in the past decade alone by approximately 40 percent, to roughly 4.3 million today.

Fast-growing Atlanta has emerged as a banking center and is today the world headquarters for many Fortune 500 companies. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, one of the nation’s busiest airports, remains a transportation hub worldwide, making metro Atlanta easily accessible to the numerous global businesses that operate in the city and the broad range of countries that are represented here.

The 1996 Olympics served as a catalyst for a second resurgence of Atlanta, transforming it from a great American city to a greater international city by fueling more than $2 billion in new construction and other projects. Known for its parks, sports teams, shopping, museums and entertainment, some of Atlanta’s unique offerings include CNN studio tours, the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site and the World of Coca-Cola. Atlanta museums highlight the Civil War period, Atlanta and Georgia history, science and technology, and African-American history. The city also boasts a variety of collegiate, amateur and professional athletic teams and events to entertain and excite sports fans.

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