Being a Local comes with a lot of perks. Everyone has access to open seating at tables, couches, and bartops — so you can get your work on while sitting, standing, or lounging. You get super-fast fiber internet. You can print stuff if you need to. And you can park your bike inside.
You’ll be able to work through lunch (if you’re into that). You can avoid getting hangry by using our shared fridge, freezer, microwave, and dishwasher. Plus we’ve got dishes and silverware. You can stay hydrated with free beverages: we stock super-legit coffee from Methodical and beer from Community Tap.
You’ll be part of something rad. You get to join us for our monthly Zero Day event, and, most importantly, you join a community of over 100 designers, developers, writers, entrepreneurs, and hustling high-craft men and women. Basically, a sweet deal.
$350/mo with 1 year license.
You get a private desk. All to yourself. Seated or standing, it’s all yours. And we’ll provide you with a chair. We promise not to move your stapler, either.
You get 24/7 access to AtLo. All the things. All the time. In addition to your desk, those things include: a 10-seat, bookable conference room; 2 private meeting rooms for you or your team; 4 soundproof phone booths.
You get access to unbeatable amenities. A world-class gym where you can get swole or do some yoga. Steam room for melting the stress away. Giant game room with meeting areas, billiards, shuffleboard, ping pong, and cush furniture to relax in. Theater Room for binging Game of Thrones or My Little Pony. Whatever floats your boat.
$150/mo with 1 year license.
You get to switch it up during the work-week. 8am-6pm access to the AtLo open seating common spaces, Monday-Friday. You’ll have options for sitting, standing, or stretching out on the couch while you get your work on.
$750/mo with 1 year license.
You get a desk with its own room. Office membership comes with all the perks of desk membership plus a private office space to call your own. It has a door. You can leave it open or closed — amazing right? But we prefer you close it if you had burritos last night. Good air makes good neighbors.
Thanks for reading up on us. We tried to cover the important stuff and be transparent about what makes a good fit with us. We answered some FAQs below, but we know us better than you do. So definitely contact us if you’ve got any questions we didn’t think of. We’d love to answer them and to set an appointment to show you around.
*One Year Licenses? We take membership payments monthly but ask for a 12 month commitement from our members. It’s how we get serious about community. It’s what sets us apart from all the other coworking spaces out there. At AtLo, we build a sense of belonging and a space that really make a difference to your life—the work parts and the personal parts alike. There’s a reason that over 350 people have been a vital part of Atlas Local in the last 12 years.
Location, location, location. We’re in West Greenville, walking distance from Bar Margaret and The Village Grind. And our space is designed by designers. It’s got high ceilings and a ton of natural light. This isn’t your typical, dreary florescent office cube farm.
What the heck is Zero Day? We don’t believe in the idea of work/life balance. It’s all life. We think learning and growing and sharing are necessary parts of being cool people who work in the same space. So on the first Friday of every month, we stop working that morning. We spend the morning learning and talking about lessons learned, best practices, and some cool non-work stuff. Like how to fire clients. Or balance your budget as a freelancer. Sometimes Locals present stuff. Sometimes we bring in experts. But it’s always fun and interesting and worth it. It’s the backbone of what makes us shine.
How do I pay for membership? We accept debit and credit cards via Moonclerk.
What’s the parking situation? We have plenty of on-site parking to choose from in either of the lots on campus. Or hey, you can ride your bike everyday like Tim does.
Where do I sign up? Get in touch. We do tours by appointment only (cuz you know, we're busy making the internet and other cool stuff). You can schedule that with via email and we will be back in contact, usually same day. We're also on Twitter and Instagram.
Where are you located? Atlas Local is nestled inside the lovely Brandon Mill at 25 Draper Street, Greenville SC.