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Mayor Kasim Reed to Join Ribbon Cutting Celebration for New WeWork Offices in Midtown

Post Date:07/11/2017 2:55 PM


Mayor’s Office of Communications
55 Trinity Avenue, Suite 2500 • Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Anne Torres, Director
404-330-6423, office
404-904-2618, cell

Jenna Garland, Press Secretary
404-330-6612, office
404-357-5579, cell


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Mayor Kasim Reed to Join Ribbon Cutting Celebration for New WeWork Offices in Midtown


Mayor Kasim Reed
Adam Wacenske, WeWork General Manager
Larry Williams, President, Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)
Creator Award Winner Marcus Blackwell Jr. of Make Music Count


Mayor Kasim Reed will join WeWork General Manager Adam Wacenske and TAG President Larry Williams for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate WeWork’s new office space in Colony Square in Midtown Atlanta. WeWork will occupy the ninth, tenth and eleventh floors of Colony Square’s office building, with the potential to host as many as 1,000 workers at the new location.

WeWork is a New York-based company which provides shared workspace for entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups and small businesses. The company provides health insurance, social events and workshops as well as an annual summer retreat for its more than 30,000 members. WeWork is currently valued at more than $16 billion, has more than 250 employees and locations in 19 cities across the U.S. and 24 international cities.


Wednesday, July 12, 2017
9:00 a.m.


Colony Square
10th floor
1175 Peachtree Street NE,
Atlanta, GA 30361


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