Co-working Space in Atlanta
Choose from over 45 locations in Atlanta.
A Regus co-working space is ideal for those requiring maximum flexibility.Our hot desking solutions in Atlanta are designed for agile working, allowing you to choose between a reserved or unreserved workspace, depending on your needs. A great option for freelancers, start-ups or SMEs, Regus co-working space in Atlanta helps you to maximise productivity.
Office, co-working and virtual office prices shown are per person, per day.
All prices shown are the minimum price, based on a 24 month contract or lowest rates available.
Meeting room prices shown are per room per hour at minimum rate.
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Punctuated by skyscrapers and the offices of Fortune 500 companies, Downtown Jacksonville benefits from outstanding transport links.
Office buildings and residential developments make up the neighbourhood of Southbank Jacksonville, which also has its own Monorail.
The residential suburb of Hyde Park is one of the most historic parts of Austin and hosts numerous graduates at a top ranking university.
The community district of Lincoln Park is notable for its nightlife and a la carte dining while it is also the home of Lincoln Park Zoo.
About co-working space in Atlanta
Our coworking space will suit companies of any size looking for affordable workspaces in Atlanta. Our shared office space is an inspirational and sociable place to work, offering you the option to network with professionals from a diverse range of industries. You can work from a permanent desk, which offers all the benefits of a private office in a communal setting, or simply choose a hot desk if you have no preference of where you would like to sit. Furthermore, with our shared offices you only pay for the time and space you require, making it a flexible option for SMEs, start-ups and freelancers. Our coworking spaces are ready to go immediately, allowing you to make the most of your valuable time.
The lively city of Atlanta has a rich history and offers fine dining, shopping and a variety of tourist attractions. The city attracts around 53 million visitors a year and generates around $15 billion for the local economy. It is also considered a pivotal hub for higher education, due to having more than 30 colleges and universities situated here, including the University of Georgia, one of the top research universities in the US. Numerous organisations are drawn to the city by its well-educated workforce, while important industry sectors include information technology, logistics, media, medical services and transportation. The city also benefits from a diverse range of leisure and cultural activities, including the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia and the Georgia Aquarium.
Unreserved co-working (hot-desking)
Desk space whenever you need on a first come, first served basis.
Reserved co-working (permanent desk)
Your own dedicated desk, with all the benefits of a full-time office in a shared office space.
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