Creative Loafing announced today that it will relocate to Atlantic Station.
The newspaper's publisher, Sharry Smith, shared the news Wednesday, according to a report from staff writer Thomas Wheatley. The publication currently is housed near Georgia Tech in the Northyards Business Park.
The staff will move to a 11,600-square-foot space off 18th Street, in the same building with Z Gallerie. The Creative Loafing logo will be visible from the Connector.
"The upstairs office will also include a small-scale events space overlooking the commons that could host forums, exhibits and parties," Wheatley wrote in his report. "Plans for the ground-level 1,000-square-foot lobby include partnering with Atlanta galleries to display works by local artists."