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In Atlanta, luxury coworking spaces will soon be a thing

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Set for fall debut in Buckhead, No18 workspace is said be a “sanctuary where productivity, inspiration, and style converge”

A photo of a bar area at an existing No18 location.
A bar area at an existing No18 location.
Photos courtesy of No18

From Decatur’s Church Street to downtown’s Flatiron City and Midtown’s Colony Square, coworking spaces have proliferated in recent years, accommodating thousands of Atlanta workers who shun traditional offices.

But a new shared-office venture in Buckhead is aiming for a level of refinement beyond ping pong tables and Friday afternoon Creature Comforts summits.

Launched in Sweden in 2012, a luxury workspace concept called No18 has picked a 32,000-square-foot slot at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta for its debut location in the United States, reps with developer OliverMcMillan announced today.

The No18 “ethos” embodied in a meeting room.

The members-only club for businesspeople will offer a range of flex workspaces, a high-style members lounge, meeting rooms, and private offices and desks, all with concierge-level services, per officials.

The environment is described as “aspirational,” “bright and inviting,” and within walking distance to Buckhead transit.

No18 is scheduled to open in Buckhead this fall on Bolling Way Northeast.

Michel Gordin, No18 founder and CEO, described Atlanta as “a city that fosters best-in-class talent and a destination for technological innovation” and the open-air, 50-retailer Buckhead location as a natural fit.

“The site, and the city where it resides,” said Gordin in a press release, “embodies the spirit of our workspace ethos—a sanctuary where productivity, inspiration, and style converge.”

Membership prices for Buckhead weren’t specified, but claiming a No18 private desk in Sweden costs 5,500 Swedish krona monthly. Or roughly $645.