Owner Barry Oliver is excited to announce the opening of a new co-working facility in Douglasville. Station Loft Works opened in on June 2nd and celebrated with a Chamber Ribbon Cutting at their location in Douglasville, 6790 West Broad Street in Downtown Douglasville.
Station Loft Works was founded, designed, and built with the idea that “A library is to a student, like a creative environment is to a successful entrepreneur.” Their co-sharing office community is an environment where smart like-minded people can inspire one another to seek better and bigger dreams while building a brighter future. Station Loft Works’ mission is to continually build a great environment where growing businesses can thrive.
Located in the heart of the historic Downtown Douglasville’s business district, Station Loft Works is a great location for an up-and-coming business or to take an existing business to the top. Their services include high speed internet, conference rooms, comfortable lounge areas allow their clients to relax and be productive at the same time, a café’ complete with fresh ground coffee, hot and cold filtered water, and fresh farmer’s market pastries, copy and printing services, concierge/receptionist services, mail handling services, on site private parking, furnished or unfurnished office spaces, and more.
DC Chamber Diplomat and Wenck Travel partner, Stan Wenck, welcomed Barry and Gwen to Douglasville and applauded them on the opening of Station Loft Works. “The DC Chamber is so excited to have such a unique and new concept to encourage home based, micro and small businesses to work in Douglasville,” commented Wenck. “We look forward to supporting your business and helping you fill this building up with aspiring entrepreneurs!”
Mayor Harvey Persons was also present at the Ribbon Cutting and offered his congratulatory remarks and thanked Barry and Gwen for locating their business in Douglasville.