Who owns GWCC?
State of Georgia
|Georgia World Congress Center|
|Owner||State of Georgia|
|Expanded||1985, 1992, 2002|
When was the Georgia World Congress Center built?
Opened: 1976 | Renovated: 1985, 1992, 2002 | Still in use Designed by the same firm as the Omni Coliseum, TVS Design, the state-owned Georgia World Congress Center was the largest convention center in the country when it opened in 1976.
How many square feet is the Georgia World Congress Center?
With 3.9 million square feet, the GWCC is also the 14th largest LEED certified building in the world. The facility, located in downtown Atlanta, first opened in 1976 with a total of 750,000 square feet.
Is there parking at the Georgia World Congress Center?
There are several parking options within a short walk of the Georgia World Congress Center. The preferred parking option for center visitors is the Red Deck at 103 Mangum Street.
How far is ATL from Georgia World Congress Center?
The distance between Atlanta Airport (ATL) and Georgia World Congress Center is 9 miles. The road distance is 10.7 miles.
Where is the Convention Center in Atlanta GA?
The Atlanta Convention Center or commonly known as The Georgia World Congress Center located in Atlanta, Georgia is breathtaking to say the least. Every year it holds thousands of events both large and intimate. It is located in the heart of downtown Atlanta.
What is Congress Center?
Congress Center (formerly the Orbanco Building and Security Pacific Plaza) is an office building completed in 1980 in Portland, Oregon.