Saltbox, a new facility opening in Atlanta this fall, will combine coworking with co-warehousing for the country’s growing “Concrete Class,” which are entrepreneurs that have been overlooked in terms of physical workspaces.
The 27,000 square foot facility includes private warehouse suites, loading dock access, Wi-Fi, warehouse equipment, a photography stage, conference rooms, common areas and much more.
“Because these entrepreneurs don’t need tens of thousands of square feet, they find themselves facing a constant and frustrating tradeoff,” said Tyler Scriven, co-founder and CEO of Saltbox. “Current options are either too expensive, too big, or too far away from city centers. And with the average warehouse space being 34 years old, they’re inevitably forced to give up the modern conveniences that businesses need to thrive. With Saltbox, every entrepreneur has a community to call home.”
The first location will open this November in Atlanta’s Upper Westside.