"Top tier members have dedicated work spaces, 24 hour access, some storage, utilities, printing/copying and they can host classes or events here. Lower level tiers offer a space for members to bring a laptop and work during the day. In the future, we will offer other equipment for creative workers to use while in the space. Our goal is not just affordable space, but space that offers a ton of amenities and the opportunity for individuals to collaborate, share overhead, create, and even earn income. Everyone gets coffee," says C4 Atlanta executive director Jessyca Holland.
According to Holland, C4 was able to move into the space because of in-kind support provided by the Creations Group, the Australian property investment firm that owns the building. It's offered the arts organization a flexible leasing plan that includes a graduated lease agreement for up to 12 months, after which C4 "will assume the full cost of the lease at a fair market level."
"We're very excited to have C4 Atlanta as an anchor tenant in the M. Rich Building," Collin Brown, spokesman for the Creations Group, said in a press release. "We see downtown Atlanta as a new creative center for the region, where arts and technology flourish together under one roof."
More photos of the space after the jump.
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