Hall County is a vibrant and growing area in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The area offers a sound economic future for business and industry with a strong representation of law firms, financial institutions, convention centers, hotels and business service companies. This is illustrated by the fact that 47 Fortune 500 firms, more than 300 manufacturing and processing companies, and 51 international companies representing 16 foreign countries call Hall County home. Georgia’s Governor Nathan Deal and Lt. Governor Casey Cagle both reside in Hall County. Read more
According to the Hall County website, the Gainesville-Hall County Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is among the fifty fastest growing metros in the United States. Business and industry make long term investments in Hall County because of its stability, skilled workforce, visionary leadership and quality of life. Read more
Accessibility - Road
Hall County is easily reached via I-985, a four lane, north/south, limited access highway originating at I-85 in Gwinnett County and running up the east side of Lake Lanier into North Georgia.
Tanners Creek fronts on I-985 and is directly served by Thurmon Tanner Parkway, a four lane divided highway with a 15 foot landscaped median.
By exiting I-985 at exit 12, Tanners Creek is a short two mile drive via this new Parkway. Additionally, I-85, the primary interstate highway serving the entire eastern seaboard is only ten miles from Tanners Creek.
Work has begun on a new exit from I-985, Exit 14.The exit will connect I-985 with Thurmon Tanner Parkway just south of the entrance to Tanners Creek.
Accessibility - Air
Companies using corporate aircraft for travel will find Tanners Creek very convenient with Gainesville's Gilmer Memorial Airport located just six miles north on I-985 at exit 20. Atlanta's Hartsfield Airport is located just 50 miles south and offers flights to both domestic and international destinations. Read more