THRIVE | Coworking — a coworking space operator known for its community involvement and dedication to philanthropy — recently announced the addition of a new location in Snellville, Georgia, in Gwinnett County. THRIVE | Snellville is expected to open this summer and is integrated in the Grove at Towne Center, an 18-acre development that will turn Snellville’s downtown into a pedestrian-friendly area with easy access to parks, main streets, plazas, shops and health care services. Specifically, THRIVE | Snellville will be situated on the second level of the cutting-edge Gwinnett County Public Library at 2285 Wisteria Drive.

“As one of the fastest-growing suburbs of Atlanta, Snellville offers all the amenities that THRIVE looks for when opening a new coworking location, including an accessible downtown, community activity spaces and a business-friendly perspective,” said THRIVE | Coworking Chief Revenue Officer, Chris Smith.

THRIVE | Snellville complements the business’ upcoming Duluth and Suwanee facilities in Gwinnett County, providing locals with a way to cut down on commute times, while still having access to a professional work environment. According to more than 75% of respondents to a recent survey, a convenient office is a requirement for their next job. And now, businesses are taking notice, allowing teams to work from coworking spaces in their local communities and acknowledging that work can be done outside of a typical office.

In fact, the future office footprint may not be a single location, but rather a collection of locations serving various purposes, such as home offices for heads-down, focused work; suburban coworking spaces within close proximity of workers’ homes; and more spacious, regional centers for corporate activities, such as team-building.

According to Smith, “All of that is important because we know that the post-pandemic workforce wants a hybrid work model, and it’s good to see companies offering those options to attract and retain employees.”

Notably, the purpose-driven coworking space at THRIVE is made for the modern way of working, which emphasizes connectivity and collaboration in a professional environment. Additionally, THRIVE works closely with businesses of all sizes to design hybrid workspaces that have all of the amenities, advantages and values that employees desire. For instance, free, unlimited coffee, tea and snacks are available at THRIVE | Snellville. There are also regular breakfasts, lunches, and happy hours, as well as a calendar of events and activities that range from hikes to hang gliding.

THRIVE | Snellville offers a range of monthly membership options, including shared, dedicated, or private space, as well as conference rooms for meetings and events, and even a simple mailbox for those who only need a business mailing address.


Laura Pop-Badiu is a Senior Creative Writer at CoworkingCafe and CoworkingMag, with a degree in Journalism and a background in both hospitality and real estate. Laura is a certified bookworm with a genuine passion for the written word and a keen interest in the coworking sector. Her work has been featured in major publications like Forbes, NBC News, The Business Journals, Chicago Tribune, MSN and Yahoo! Finance, among others.

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