Given its status as a meeting point of innovation and tradition, Buckhead is the perfect place for coworking to thrive and for creatives and freelancers to find their inspiration among the neighborhood’s shared offices. Beyond being a remarkably diverse, affluent, and history-rich neighborhood, Buckhead is also characterized by a plethora of business activities — meaning that professionals from various fields can meet and share ideas here.
Accordingly, coworking destinations fit right in among the neighborhood’s many mixed-use properties at the junction of high-end shopping, professional office spaces, and trendy eateries and cafes. Furthermore, demand from remote and hybrid workers has accelerated the growth of coworking in Buckhead, and the submarket now stands out as one of the city’s most robust areas for this type of work, and it also concentrates some of the most unique coworking spaces in Atlanta. So, to give you a quick look at what you could find among its shared office spaces, here are some of Buckhead’s most impressive coworking spaces (in no particular order):
3017 Boiling Way
No18 is coworking operator IWG’s premium workspace brand, and that’s exactly what you’ll find in this Buckhead Village location. Since opening its doors in 2019, the 30,000-square-foot office located in the upscale Shops district blends business with pleasure as it includes a bistro, pool tables, and bar, in addition to its private offices and desks. Like the neighborhood that it calls home, No18 Buckhead blends tradition and innovation, bringing together the ample natural light and amenity-rich environment with vintage lounges and chandeliers. Plus, healthy lunches are served daily here, and other advantages — such as printing and concierge services — are also available.
3535 Northside Parkway NW #3516
Eleanor’s Place is a coworking office designed by and for women. Named in honor of Eleanor Roosevelt, this office is an exclusive, members-only workspace for the innovators and disruptors who define Buckhead. As such, a membership here offers access to high-end workspaces and a boardroom complete with high-speed Wi-Fi; printing services; and various benefits, such as complimentary coffee, artisan teas, spa water and a fully stocked comfort station. The coworking space also offers day passes for professional women who want to check out the coworking trend, or you can also visit as a guest of a current Eleanor’s Place member.
190 Ottley Drive NE
If you’re a Buckhead creative or designer or just want a laidback, yet professional workspace, Indie Studios may be the right coworking office for you. Located in a former warehouse on the Armour-Ottley Loop in South Buckhead, Indie Studios doesn’t just place you among fellow innovators and inspiring thinkers. Rather, it also ensures that you’ll never run out of things to do after work. Namely, the area is a perfect example of urban renewal in a former industrial zone as it’s now an eclectic mix of theaters, breweries and great street food. Of course, Indie Studios also has everything you could possibly need as a creative or freelancer, including meeting rooms, high-speed fiber Wi-Fi, on-site tech support and even a library where you can unwind or seek inspiration.
3535 Piedmont Road NE
Roam is a coworking operator with locations in Atlanta and Dallas. Notably, with seven locations in ATL, Roam is a household name when it comes to an excellent coworking experience, and its Buckhead location on Piedmont Road encapsulates exactly that. With floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing the unique Buckhead skyline and letting in plenty of natural light, Roam Buckhead leans into the upscale coffeeshop feel with cozy furniture and wooden decor. Moreover, for freelancers or solopreneurs who want to try working from a professional environment other than their home office, Roam offers flexible membership options from day passes to open-desk memberships and private offices.
From locations in high-rises with boutique shopping options to repurposed warehouses, Buckhead’s coworking scene is as diverse as it is vibrant. If you haven’t decided on a space to join in Buckhead, check out what other top markets in the U.S. have to offer in terms of collaborative and shared spaces: