Need Space? These are the coworking options you need to know in Atlanta

Remote? Hybrid? Flex days? Mandatory in office time?

The workplace has a whole new set of vocabulary terms to describe how day-to-day work gets done. While some employees absolutely love their home offices,

If you are looking for an option that isn’t WeWork, Industrious,

As the nature of work shifts in our post-pandemic world, many local co-working spaces have transformed membership options to allow for more flexibility. Here are a few across the Southeast you need to know in Atlanta:

  • THRIVE: THRIVE is intentionally creating space for entrepreneurs and employees in the suburbs of Atlanta. The welcoming spaces are open in Alpharetta, Canton, Gainesville, Milton, Cumming, Snellville, and Suwanee, with more Georgia locations coming soon.

  • Constellations: From its space in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood, Constellations offers private offices and event spaces.


  • Atlanta Tech Village: ATV is the go-to spot for startups in Atlanta. The Village now has two locations serving entrepreneurs, one in Buckhead and one in South Downtown.

  • Pittsburgh Yards: The vibrant live-work-play space in with offices and maker spaces.

  • The Lola: A womxn workspace and membership-based community located near Ponce City Market in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood.

  • No18 Buckhead: Located in Buckhead Village, No18 provides co-working spaces, private offices, and event spaces.

  • Saltbox: Saltbox is a coworking space designed for the ecommerce entrepreneur. The company got its start in Atlanta and now has two locations on the westside of town for those looking for office and warehousing options.

  • Switchyards: Joining itself as the “neighborhood work club,” Switchyards has opened 10 spaces across Metro Atlanta and serves neighborhoods like Chamblee, Adair Park, Buckhead, and Virginia Highlands.

  • Serendipity Labs: The international company has Private Office and Coworking Space available in Alpharetta, Cumberland, Perimeter Center, and Buckhead

  • Alkaloid Networks: Located on the Atlanta BeltLine, Alkaloid Networks has options for members who want to come in one day a month or every single day or the year.

  • CreateATL: Located in Atlanta’s Adair Park neighborhood, CreateATL is designed to be a “Third Space” for entrepreneurs and community leaders looking for coworking space and maker’s space.

  • Tech Square ATL: Tech Square has long served as a popular spot for entrepreneurs to gather in Midtown Atlanta.

  • Firmspace: Firmspace, a national company, has a hybrid work product both to help companies cut down on rent/overhead and keep staff happy. In Atlanta, they have a location in Buckhead.