Location

Location Details

The 2017 EcoDistricts Summit will be held in Atlanta, GA on October 10-11, 2017. Please check back regularly as we build out all of the information you need to know about our host city, Summit venues, ground transportation, and more.

Preferred Hotel

 

Hilton Atlanta Downtown

255 Courtland St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

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The Hilton Atlanta Downtown Hotel is offering a limited number of discounted rooms to 2017 EcoDistricts Summit attendees. The Hilton is located just 1/2 mile from our main Summit venues. The room block is available for Oct. 7 - Oct. 14, 2017. Regular and government rates are available. We encourage attendees to make their hotel reservations early to take advantage of these rates. The room block is available until September 9, 2017, or until all discounted rooms are booked. Rates do not include taxes. Subject to Availability. ADA-accessible rooms are available in limited quantity. Please make your reservation as soon as possible.

 

CONFERENCE RATES:  

Regular rate: $179.00 USD per night, single or double occupancy

 Government rate: $140.00 USD per night, single or double occupancy

 

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Summit Venues


 

Day 1: Georgia State University

Student Center East Building
55 Gilmer St SE
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

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Georgia State University, an enterprising urban public research university, is a national leader in graduating students from widely diverse backgrounds. Day 1 of Summit 2017 will take place at GSU's Student Center East Building (ADA accessible).

Georgia State has three green certified buildings on campus, and sustainability initiatives include a Green Space Task Force exploring the feasibility and advocate for creating new greenspace and increasing tree canopy on campus.


 

Day 2: Loudermilk Conference Center

40 Courtland St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

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The Loudermilk Conference Center is in the heart of downtown Atlanta, and is conveniently located along the street car line. It was developed as a center for community building, and a home for civic minded work to be done. Loudermilk proudly supports nonprofits with programming and events.