A co-working space can help you create and innovate — if you can find the right one. Introducing Post-Office Cowork! The pay-per-use co-working space gives users the freedom to dream, create, sell, meet and move around without the constraints of a physical office. The soon to launch co-working space enables creative minds to work everywhere and however they want without being chained to a desk or committed to a contract, which is so passé in this “Post-Office” world. The best part? Post-Office will pop up and fill voids in under-utilized, unleased and empty real estate throughout the city. Whether it’s for a couple of months or even the long haul, Post-Office will transform a vacant space and bring it to life.
“With more than 22 million people co-working by 2020, we felt the time was now for a new kind of co-working experience,” explained Michele Grant, Post-Office Co-Founder. “With Post-Office, we know our guests will include entrepreneurs, freelancers and career adventurers of all kinds. Our goal is to support each of them no matter what their office trajectory while providing convenience through multiple locations, office amenities including our official coffee partner Radio Roasters, easy booking via our app, and accessible pricing.”
When considering co-working, guests are not only looking for the perks of a full-time office they are becoming accustomed to well-designed office space that encourages collaboration and shared ideas. Post-Office is partnering with CORT Furniture Rental, a workspace solutions company and nation’s leader of over 50 years in furniture rental for home and office space. The partnership plans to outfit the spaces with first-class furnishings, placing Post-Office as the center of gravity for creative minds all around.
“What we love about the Post-Office concept is that as they pop up around Atlanta, we will outfit them to reflect the neighborhood, showcase the latest in workspace and furniture trends and even refresh locations throughout their stay in an area. Using “Furniture as a Service” is transforming the way CORT is perceived and used. Post-Office is leveraging this tactic, and it is being noticed internally and externally,” added Melanie Jones. “One’s work environment is of major importance for productivity, and a well-designed office space is essential. We’re thrilled to be a partner with Post-Office.”
Post-Office plans to launch its first location later this month in the heart of Atlanta on Pryor Street at Underground Atlanta, with the other hubs launching shortly after. “What WRS is doing downtown is a perfect example of a location in transition that can easily provide services and conveniences to businesses, students, and neighbors. We are excited they understand the Post-Office vision and are welcoming us to the neighborhood,” added Marcus Henderson, Post-Office Co-Founder.
Need a peek sooner? Post-Office is not only sponsoring but also the official “conference lounge” for SuperNova South, the largest and longest-running tech conference in the southeast, today through Friday in downtown Atlanta. Can’t attend? No sweat. Friday through Sunday Post-Office, on Pryor Street, is hosting 48 in 48, a 48-hour hackathon event that links together local nonprofits with accomplished marketing and technology professionals with a goal of curating 48 brand new, professional websites.
Co-Founders Grant and Henderson are both from Atlanta and create companies that fill a void in the everyday work grind. Drawing from their collective 30 years helping Fortune 100 companies design customer experiences and marketing technology, the duo also helps clients turn clever ideas into realities through their management consulting firm Block & Tackle and Atlanta-based marketing consultancy and idea foundry, Audacious Fizz.
Stay in touch with Post-Office by following them on Instagram or visiting: www.post-office-cowork.com.
Note: The featured picture included is not the final setup of the space. We’ll be checking out the space soon and have official photos for you once Post-Office opens!