Dalton Innovation Accelerator

Coming in late spring or early summer 2018, the Dalton Innovation Accelerator will be the focal point of business, business education, and entrepreneurship in downtown Dalton. Located in the picturesque plaza space of the Landmark Building, the DIA will be a private/public partnership that will provide a nurturing environment for businesses at all stages –

Tax Reform Good For Northwest Georgia?

As many of you have seen in the news, the recent tax reform laws will positively impact organization across the United States. Many of the yet to be thoroughly defined changes to the tax code will spur business investment and economic development. Of course, multi-national firms are those likely to see the greatest benefits, so

Dalton Gets Back to Work

A robust turnaround in the economy in Northwest Georgia continue to lead to job growth. According to the Georgia Department of Labor, metro Dalton added 1,173 jobs in 2017 and the local unemployment rate finished 2017 at 5.5 percent. Although the unemployment rate in Dalton is still in excess of the state and local average,

A Strategic Shift?

Over the last 30 days, we have been quiet on the blog front, but for good reason! Much of October, November and December has been spent processing the two newest additions to the Barrett portfolio: 1800 Highway 225 in Spring Place, a 120,000 SF industrial building, and 241 Peachtree Street, Unit 2, the focus of

Leaseholders Big and Small

What is driving the commercial rental market? Are the largest tech, government, and institutional users driving the market, or are the hundreds of thousands of smaller users making a greater impact? According to Costar Group, the top 1,000 lease holders, representing $135 billion in annual rents, are the core of the commercial real estate leasing

Expansion in Dalton

Groundbreaking! We can all agree that change and growth are important for the development of our community. Lamar and Ann Wright must have agreed because they were gracious enough to donate $5 million to Dalton State College. This donation was matched by the State of Georgia for the new Wright School of Business. This new

Stretching your money

In July of 2017, Dalton was ranked ninety on the list of best places to live on a $100,000 budget. While it’s true in most metro areas, a $100,000 salary will not stretch very far, but fortunately that is not the case with our city! The cost of living index average is 100 and the

A wonderful development, coming soon!

Coming soon to a community near you: The Anna Shaw Children’s Institute. In March of 2019, construction of the new Anna Shaw Children’s Institute will be completed and will become a part of the Hamilton Health Care System in Dalton. The Institution will cater to children with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and development delays. There

Big Yield in a Small Market

In a trend typical of late stage property cycles, investor are beginning to seek returns in secondary and tertiary real estate markets like Dalton, Calhoun, and much of Northwest Georgia. Atypically, however, the demand is very robust, indicating that these non-primary markets are to see significant investment in industrial, retail, and office space for some

Our Founder

  Dalton’s namesake, Tristram Dalton, was born in Newbury-port Massachusetts on March 4, 1738. He graduated from Harvard College in 1755 in a class that also included John Adams. Afterwards he studied law and was admitted to the bar, but did not practice, instead he pursued a career as a merchant. Dalton served as a


We lease commerical properties including retail space, office space, and warehouse space in the Dalton area.

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Barrett Properties has over 1 million square feet of industrial space in Northwest Georgia.

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We offer climate controlled self stroage units in 10x10 and 10x15 sizes.

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