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Construction is nearly complete and the opening is set for May 1. Amenities include a library, coffee bar, conference room, podcast studio and freshly-baked cookies served each afternoon.
Regular and free programming, such as lectures, film screenings and game nights will be available for tenants and the public through "Happenings Memberships." Sign up here.
Nearly 70 percent of the tenants are female-led companies and institutions, according to the press release.
The announced tenants are:
• The National Trust for Historic Preservation, Atlanta Field Office
• Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen College, administering a Residency Program Office in Social Justice
• Georgia State University’s Honors College, and its Residency in Social Entrepreneurship
• Spacelab, a design and research popup concept from Atlanta-based architecture and design firm tvsdesign
• GivingPoint, which empowers youth to take action for social good
• Visual artist and scholar Fahamu Pecou
• Civil Bikes, leading historic bike tours around Atlanta
• Mavenly + Co., which is dedicated to helping women build better careers and lives
• Cognitive Design, a boutique architecture firm specializing in the complex relationships between people and place.
• Exposure Studio, an open studio for storytellers that serves as a place and platform to empower creative vision through tools and community.
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All of the businesses are located within a 2.5 mile stretch of Buford Highway.