As one of the more residential neighborhoods in the city, Saburtalo’s affinity for coworking spaces is quickly increasing. Spaces range from the industrial Collective Coworking Space, the homey apartment-turned-coworking space DONO Co-working Space, the movie-inspired Parking Co-Work— which boasts its own Back to the Future-style DeLorean in the lobby—and the more traditional Terminal University. You can even go cubicle-style and rent a desk at the new KD4US community space inside the King David Business Center.
Additionally, the UG Startup Factory, which is part of the University of Georgia is one of the most budget-friendly options in the city for remote workers with mobile businesses looking for a temporary place to call home. While the focus here is on the startup community, digital nomads and remote workers are also welcome to help add to the entrepreneurial atmosphere.
Last, but not least, Space Z is worth a mention thanks to its mid-century modern library design. There’s no receptionist or big brother watching over your shoulder here and when you need a break from your computer, swing on one of the hammocks, enjoy the outdoor seating, borrow a book from the library, or simply change seats for a change of energy.
Beyond these paid coworking spaces, spots like Coffee Lab, the Ska Juice Bar on University Street, and the Paul Café on Kazbegi Avenue are all a laptop-friendly. When happy hour hits and your eyes can’t take staring at a screen any longer, the Bernard across the street from Coffee Lab in Red Garden Park, live music at Sheen Aura, the favorably priced shwarma shops on Vakeli Street, and cold beers at the HB Hofbräu are all nearby.
Breanna Wilson is a travel writer, content creator, and tour designer running adventure and overlanding tours in Mongolia and Georgia. You can follow Breanna’s daily adventures off-roading, hiking, and exploring lesser-known parts of the world on Instagram at @breannajwilson.
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