We’re Live in the ATL!

Deskpass has come to Atlanta and we’re here to stay. This city is rich in culture and creativity, which you will see and feel in every space we’ve added to our network.

Fun fact: Atlanta was ranked among the top 10 cities in the US for coworking growth in 2018 (a report by Colliers International) and the city continues to be a major hub for remote workers and creatives.

Check out some of the lovely spaces that are now LIVE on Deskpass in Atlanta for our members to enjoy.

Servcorp

Servcorp has coworking locations in many of our other cities, and we’re excited to add two Atlanta locations (Peachtree and Terminus) to the Deskpass family. If you’re a fan of skyline views, definitely get settled for the day at 1075 Peachtree — it’s one of the tallest skyscrapers in the city. Both spaces feature high-end design, comfortable furnishings and a kitchen to get your caffeine fix for the day.

Thrive (three locations)

Thrive also has three Atlanta locations we’re adding to the fold: CantonAlpharetta and Milton. Deskpass members have access to Thrive’s open workspaces, which have a collaborative feel to them. Deskpass perks include free coffee and tea, high-speed internet, parking, access to upcoming community events.

Peachtree offices (Hourly bookings only)

Have your pick of 5 Peachtree Offices: Downtown AtlantaMidtown AtlantaBuckheadDunwoody and Alpharetta. Deskpass members can visit our location via Hourly Bookings made through Deskpass. Our ‘hourly’ option is great for small teams who want to brainstorm new ideas and for remote workers hosting a business meeting with clients.

Serendipity Labs (4 locations)

We’re adding four Serendipity Labs locations in Atlanta and they’re all super special: AlpharettaBuckheadCumberland and Perimeter. Working from any of these locations gets you free, unlimited fruit-infused water (yum), coffee and tea. The environments are flexible and collaborative, whether working by yourself or bringing a guest along. Sit anywhere in the common areas, with the exception of dedicated desks.

FireWorks (2 rooms)

If you’re new to FireWorks, you’re in for a real treat. As Marietta’s first coworking community, the space caters to entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, freelancers, and creative thinkings of all kinds. Their shared desk area has rolling chars for you to work from, so go ahead and grab you free cup of coffee and get down to it.

3411 Coworking

Located in the heart of Downtown Chamblee, 3411 Coworking is a shared workspace ideal for both remote workers and small teams. Amenities include meeting rooms, phone booths, coffee, bigger internet, printing and access to community events. As a loft-style industrial space (warehouse), it’s got a pretty cool setup.

Alkaloid Networks

Housed inside a beautiful, old warehouse in the Old Fourth Ward, this converted coworking space is a sight to see. Deskpass members can pull up a chair at the communal desks (there’s also an hourly option if you need a bit more privacy and space for meetings). Like many of our spaces in Atlanta and across our other 14 cities, coffee is complimentary and you can find everything you need to make your morning cup in the communal kitchen.

source: Alkaloid Networks

In case we forgot to mention… we’re a monthly membership that currently gives you access to 450+ coworking spaces in 19 cities including Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Austin, Houston, Denver, Boston, Miami, Seattle and D.C. Deskpass is a fantastic way to explore coworking, get you out of your home office or your local cafe and around a bunch of vibrant communities of lovely folks.

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