Top 5 reasons we call Cabbagetown home.

#1. PEOPLE

Be yourself and be accepted.

Cabbagetown is where creative spirits come to feel at home. No pretense here, be yourself and be accepted. This inclusion instills a warm and engaging persona for the neighborhood. We believe Elements’ approach to accounting embodies these traits as well,  providing a unique and professional accounting experience.

#2. VIBE

Strictly casual. No suits and stilettos to be found here.

Cabbagetown has a creative and independent vibe wrapped within a friendly community environment. Our office emulates this vibe as well which is strictly casual. No suits and stilettos to be found here. We’ve found our people do their best work when they’re comfortable, both literally and figuratively. Join us in Cabbagetown where we’ve created a home-away-from home!

#3. LANDSCAPE

Street art peppered throughout serene greenspace perfect for decompressing.

Surrounded by colorful 1800s mill cottages, Cabbagetown is home to some of Atlanta’s finest street art peppered throughout serene greenspace perfect for decompressing. We make a point of getting out to stroll the neighborhood regularly. Taking in the scenery and culture always leaves us energized and inspired.

#4. HEADSPACE

Gives us a constant reminder to think outside of the box.

Not only do we like Cabbagetown, we believe it is crucial to our success. CPAs can easily fall into the habit of hiding away at a desk, crunching numbers all day. By immersing ourselves in this creative community, it gives us a constant reminder to think outside of the box. To seek out new and innovative solutions to old problems. Surround yourself with inspiration and prepare to be inspired.

#5. RECESS

Provides the perfect setting for unwinding, team building and collaboration.

When you need to step away and clear your head, Cabbagetown provides the perfect adult playground. From a yoga session across the street at Cabbagetown Park to a restaurant and pub hopping on Carroll Street. Better still, take a simple stroll around the neighborhood to ponder the murals along Wylie street. Our community provides the perfect setting for unwinding, team building, and collaboration.

A name derived of pride.

There are a few explanations as to how the neighborhood received its current name. One is that the mostly transplanted poor Appalachian residents, largely of Scots-Irish descent, who worked in the nearby Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill would grow cabbages in the front yards of their houses, so that one could distinctly smell the odor of cooking cabbage coming from the neighborhood. This term was used originally with derision by people outside the neighborhood, but it soon became a label of pride for the people who lived there. 

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