Atlanta-based flexible workspace provider THRIVE | Coworking, has unveiled plans for a 21,450-square-foot coworking space in Greenville, S.C. The company will occupy the space at Poinsett Plaza, a 10-story, 173,340-square-foot Class A office building owned by Hughes Investments.
The flex office location will encompass a mix of shared workspaces, dedicated desks and private offices for individual workers or teams, meeting and event rooms, as well as mailbox services. Tenants also have access to community events and activities, complimentary beverages and snacks, monthly breakfast, lunches and happy hours.
Located within downtown Greenville at 104 S. Main St., the space is close to numerous retail, entertainment and dining options, as well as green spaces, such as Falls Park on the Reedy. Burr & Forman, TD Bank and Elite Fitness are the tenants of the building, among others.
The space represents an opportunity for THRIVE to assist big businesses with downtown office space, hybrid workers and solopreneurs seeking coworking options in Greenville. The city has experienced rapid economic growth in the last 20 years, due to major companies moving into the city, mentioned Chris Smith, THRIVE’s coworking chief revenue officer, in a prepared statement.
The company continues its commitment to philanthropy and community involvement and is rapidly expanding its coworking portfolio, aiming to open 500 locations throughout the U.S. and Canada, in partnership with 33 Degrees. The firm currently manages seven locations across Georgia, Ohio and North Carolina, planning to open 14 additional spaces this year.
At the end of last year, THRIVE expanded its footprint with a 12,320-square-foot flex office space in Holly Springs, N.C. and another coworking location in Asheville, N.C. More recently, the company unveiled plans for a flex office space at 2285 Wisteria Drive in Snellville, Ga., scheduled to open this summer.