AOL Ranks Atlanta Third Best for Telecommuters

AOL recently named the “11 Best Cities for Telecommuters.” Atop the list is Austin, followed by Cincinnati. So why is Atlanta among the top cities for telecommuters? Let’s find out what AOL had to say:

“Anybody who has watched Atlanta over the past few decades should be unsurprised at its emergence as one of America's most energetic cities. Home to four major league sports teams, several top universities, and an impressive array of cultural offerings, it gives residents the full city experience. What's particularly impressive, however, is that Atlanta combines all of this with a cost of living that's 4 percent below the average for a big city in America, and a crime rate that has fallen sharply over the past decade.”

Atlanta is one of the most attractive cities to live, work and play in the Southeast. With plenty of options for virtual office space in prime locations across Atlanta, it also makes it an ideal place for telecommuters, in Davinci Virtual Office Solutions’ book.

Davinci Virtual has 11 virtual office locations in Atlanta. Although you can rent virtual office space in Atlanta at any of these 11 locations, let’s take a quick look at the three virtual offices available on Peachtree Street, one of the best addresses in Atlanta:

You can rent virtual office space at 235 Peachtree Street NE for just $50 a month. You can rent virtual office space at 1401 Peachtree Street for just $50 in Midtown Atlanta. That’s a bargain in any city!
You can rent virtual office space at 191 Peachtree Street for just $95 a month in Downtown Atlanta.

All of these locations offer a prime business address, mail and package receipt, access to a business support center, a lobby greeter, a client drop off and pick up point, and more. You can even rent conference rooms and day office space on demand. So when it comes to the third best city from which to telecommute, Davinci Virtual has all the bases covered with these and other locations.

Check out this YouTube video to get a closer look at Peachtree Street:



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