Phone numbers, email and directions to our office
Contact The Kearse Law Firm, P.C.
One Lakeside Commons
990 Hammond Drive, Suite 800, Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Directions to our office
Our office is located near the intersection of I-285 and Georgia 400 on Hammond Drive between Peachtree-Dunwoody Road and Glenridge Drive, across the street from the Concourse buildings. Lakeside Commons is two 12 story office buildings with a lake with a fountain in the front. We are located in Building One. There is visitor parking available at no charge.
1. If you are traveling SOUTH ON GEORGIA 400, exit at Abernathy Road (toward Sandy Springs) and proceed to the right off the exit ramp about 1/4 mile to Barfield Road. Turn left onto Barfield and proceed south about a mile, crossing Mt. Vernon, to the second traffic light (Hammond Drive). Turn left onto Hammond and cross the bridge over Georgia 400. Lakeside Commons is roughly 1/4 mile on your left.
2. If you are traveling NORTH ON GEORGIA 400, exit at the Glenridge Connector (Exit 4A&B, first exit after the toll booth). Turn left onto Glenridge (sign will say to Johnson Ferry Rd.) at the top of the exit. Continue through several lights, pass under I-285. The third traffic light after the I-285 underpass is Hammond Drive. Make a right. Go through two lights and Lakeside Commons is on your left.
3. If you are traveling WEST ON I-285, exit at Peachtree-Dunwoody Road and bear right onto Peachtree-Dunwoody for about 1/4 mile. Turn left at the second traffic light, which is Hammond Drive. Lakeside Commons will be on your right, about 1/4 mile, just past the Wachovia Bank and Goodyear buildings.
4. If you are traveling EAST ON I-285, exit at Glenridge Drive and turn left onto Glenridge. Proceed to the 3rd traffic light, which is Hammond Drive. Turn right onto Hammond. Lakeside Commons is just past the 2nd light on your left.
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