Atlanta's oldest skyscraper to become one massive coworking space
Across all its iconic, pie-shaped floors, Atlanta’s oldest high-rise is set to become flexible office space, allowing workers to set up shop for as little as a few hours.
That’s the word this week from officials with Avison Young, a global real estate advisor that’s partnered with FlatironCity, owners of the Flatiron Building downtown, to convert the entire 47,697-square-foot landmark into flexible offices.
The 11-story Flatiron Building has stood at 84 Peachtree Street since 1897, predating New York City's famous building of the same name by five years.
A yearlong renovation wrapped in 2016, when the resuscitated, modernized building reopened as FlatironCity, soon tallying an eclectic tenant roster that included the Microsoft Innovation Center, Women’s Entrepreneurship Institute, and startups.
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