ATLANTA IS NOW HOME to a new breed of design-forward co-working outposts offering more than just a spot to toil away at a laptop. Spots like Eleanor’s Place, The Lola and No18 offer stunning environs and robust programming to create a sense of community for members. “Having a beautiful, well thought-out space is simply conducive to being productive,” says Eleanor’s Place founder Jennifer Morgan, whose offerings include leadership workshops and networking events. “It’s no wonder these co-working spaces are popular, as each offers a personal experience and a differentiating atmosphere.”
At The Lola, where co-founder Martine Resnick designed the space in collaboration with TaC Studio’s Cara Cummins, the interior includes a rotating gallery of fine art, an Etowah pink marble bar and Lamon Luther tables. No18 at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta offers concierge amenities, a full-service bistro and bar, and access to neighboring partner boutique fitness studios.