SharedSpace, which launched in 2016 in Atlanta and leases flex workspace to small business people, is now open in downtown Augusta.
The Greene Street property previously housed the Georgia Department of Corrections’ Augusta Probation Office.
“Since we have become more paperless than ever and we can store files, presentations and most of our work on electronic devices, the traditional office space as we know it will not exist in a decade from now,” says Vasi Ypsilantis, principal of interiors firm Vasi Ypsilantis Design Associates in Manhasset, New York.
“We will see offices feel like comfortable and open family room type of spaces.”
10 dedicated desks
60 “hot desks” – workstations that can be rented on an as-needed basis
Accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Five conference rooms
2,500 square feet of meeting space
45 private offices
A similar concept received a lot of media coverage back in early 2017 when Deke Copenhaver, Tom Patterson of Unisys, John Cates, siblings Virginia and George Claussen and Tommy Wafford announced the Augusta Innovation Zone.
The shared workspace was to be in the former Woolworth’s building on Broad and 8th Streets, but unfortunately the project died on the table.
Shared Space / 901 Greene Street / Augusta GA / Visit their website for pricing
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