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Spaces is a co-working shared office, but I was first introduced to it by going to the summer yoga series on the Spaces patio. Super fun and the view is amazing. I was also invited to stay for a couple of the office happy hours. The people are nice and I can't wait for the next event!
I've been a tenant here for 6 months, just signed on for another year. Clients are impresssed with the office. It is truly a Class A premium office space. The reception/administrative staff is a pleasure to work with. They are professional and accommodating when receiving my clients. Couldn't ask for a better experience. Highly recommend leasing here.
A clean environment In a bustling building Great food options down stairs and very friendly helpful staff at the front desk A company I've used had an office at this location and they helped me drop/receive a few packages/documents with their assistance
really cool office space for start-ups and small businesses. great location, nice people, and a lot of fun networking activities happening every week. Worth checking out.
I ran into this space by accident while waiting to work with RadioX Atlanta. This spot is super clean and offers a ton in workspace options. They offer a free day membership if you want to check it out before you commit. They seem to have membership packages that include private work spaces. They also have conference rooms for use to members as well as non-members (per their website). They are located in the One Glenway Parkway building which also houses a cute coffee/snack shop.
This is the rebranded Regis office suites business, and remodeled to be open environment like the current popular We Work and Roam virtual work space. It seems to have the perks for virtual workers and co-workers. They offer complimentary coffee and even bikes to ride over too lunch. Great location in the Battery and free 4 hour parking at the Red Parking. On the downside....very loud if you are actually trying to have a conversation with someone and didn't seem to have any "cubby holes" or call booths to slip away for privacy and telecalls. It also seems that the coating on the windows prevents most cell coverage to be greater than a bar, if any coverage at all.