Spend The Day As Local Working Remote in Savannah
We know first hand that working from your home office every day can sometimes get boring and lonely. That is why we have put together the ideal way to spend a day out of the house when working remotely.
Savannah has great options for coworking spaces, including The Creative Coast, a non-profit that connects, supports, and develops creative and technology entrepreneurs and workers in the coastal Georgia region. The organization also offers a membership space for remote workers looking to get out of their home office a couple of times per week to connect and engage with other techies and creatives.
Need to schedule a client meeting in a professional setting? Want to record your weekly podcast in a quiet space with reliable internet? The Creative Coast’s Club Membership Level is only $30 per month and provides members with two hours of access to the board room or podcast room during normal business hours (9a-5p).
If you’re interested in spending more time out of the house, they also offer the Community Membership Level at just $99 per month. Members can use the Board Room or Podcast Room during normal business hours as well as eight days of access to the Open Collaborative Workspace. As a community member you can book a desk
Once you join and book a desk for the day, you’ll want to make a pit stop at The Coffee Fox. Productive days start with coffee and breakfast, luckily this hidden gem is located less than a mile from your desk at The Creative Coast so you can grab some on the way! Our recommendation is the Cafe Cubano for a drink and the Herbed Frittata and Goat Cheese Panini to snack on. Delicious.
Now that you’ve settled into your desk, check out Savannah Economic Development Authority’s website to see the resources, local stories and work-based opportunities and incentives that they offer. And if you are wondering what the best way to grow/launch your own business or get involved with the workforce in Savannah, you can check out our Work page!
Whether you’re looking for a good place to pick lunch up to take back to eat while you’re at your desk or if you want to go out to lunch with a new friend you were working with in the Common Space there are plenty of options. The Creative Coast is conveniently located in the heart of Johnson Square near Jimmy Johns, Treylor Park, The Pink House, Your Pie, Chicken Box and The Fitzroy to name just a few. If none of those sound like what you’re in the mood for don’t worry, there are plenty of options for food Downtown. After lunch and a productive afternoon, you deserve to treat yourself. Join a group for Happy Hour when you get off work. The Creative Coast, TechTuesday and cSpot among many others have weekly and monthly networking events and socials to attend.