Source: Becca Godwin, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
An office space designed for professionals who care about civic and social wellbeing will soon open in the historic Sweet Auburn District.
Constellations, located on the second floor of 135 Auburn Ave., was founded by developer and history buff Gene Kansas. The 108-year-old building sits a couple spaces down from the Atlanta Daily World building, the revival of which was also spearheaded by Kansas a few years ago.
The space will offer several types of memberships, including coworking, field offices and private offices, for tenants such as foundations, nonprofits and “purpose-driven companies.”
“Our job is to support other people’s goals, missions and dreams,” Kansas said in a press release. “Through the brilliant people who will occupy this space, we all have the opportunity to see a multitude of positive contributions to Sweet Auburn and beyond.”