Atlanta, GA - Mobile Offices, Storage Containers, Modular Buildings

360 Mobile Office is a nationwide leader in temporary/modular space and storage. Our service provides fast delivery to Atlanta and it's surrounding area via our qualified supply partners.

Mobile Office Trailers

Mobile Office - Austin

8’ x 20’: 400 sq. ft.

10’ x 30’: 2160sq. ft.

24’ x 60’: 8400 sq. ft.

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $180-$350

Uses: Construction Office, Sales/Retail Office Space, Disaster Recovery

For Sale, Rent or Lease


Storage Containers

storage container - Austin

20ft Standard

30ft Standard

40ft Standard

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $75-$150

Uses: Construction Equipment & Material Storage, Excess Inventory

For Sale, Rent or Lease


Modular Buildings

modular building - Austin

10’ x 40’: 400 sq. ft.

36’ x 60’: 2160 sq. ft.

140’ x 60’: 8400 sq. ft.

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $850-$3000

Uses: Classrooms, Offices, Medical Buildings, Retail Space

For Sale, Rent or Lease

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Atlanta, GA

We Serve:
Atlanta, Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Marietta, Lawrenceville, Smyrna, Snady Springs, Mableton, Douglasville, East Point, Canton, Kennesaw

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Vanguard Modular Building Systems

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About Atlanta

Between March 2010 and May 2010, Atlanta, Georgia has seen a dramatic rise in the median sale prices of homes, with a jump of over 22%, it seems that homes are selling for more than their listed prices and they are selling at or over their true value – a far cry from earlier in 2008 and 2009. The thirty-third largest city in the United States seemed to have troubles in the recent economic downturn, at least when it came to housing prices. The housing prices have been fairly stable over June of 2010, but the higher values have also caused people to rethink their home buying decisions and plans.

At the same time, in a city of about 5.5 million people, you need to put people somewhere. Though housing might be on the forefront of many minds, those who are looking for cheaper and more flexible business opportunities may look to Georgia for inspiration. Currently, Atlanta is the home to a number of popular industries, including AT&T, Delta Air Lines, many financial markets, and a bustling sporting industry. In order to accommodate these business needs, it’s becoming more efficient to invest in modular buildings and mobile offices.

In Atlanta, Georgia, the tourism industry has dwindled, though it remains one of the most frequent stops on cross country flights, as a hub for many major airlines. With this in mind, more companies are considering the stable financial markets and prices here as being appropriate for their long term business security.