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Orchestra Partners brings THRIVE | Coworking to Urban Supply

Thrive Editorial

JUNE 13, 2022,  BIRMINGHAM—THRIVE | Coworking, an Atlanta-based hybrid workspace
provider, is coming to Urban Supply, the visionary downtown redevelopment project, after
signing a lease with Orchestra Partners on May 2, 2022. Designed to be a gathering spot for
Birmingham’s urban core, Urban Supply is dedicated to creating and fostering connection, fitting
perfectly with THRIVE’s mission to develop coworking spaces that combine design-forward style
and thoughtful amenities in walkable neighborhoods.

THRIVE ( offers creative and collaborative office, meeting and flexible
workspace solutions for entrepreneurs and businesses of all types. From private offices to
meeting rooms, THRIVE’s alternative options to long-term leases reimagine the way work is
done. Each THRIVE | Coworking location has a stylish coworking environment that fosters
inspiration, collaboration and community, with a curated workplace culture that features
regularly scheduled events, activities and adventures for members.

“As Birmingham continues to see the benefits of remote work, tenants like THRIVE help
promote this more flexible lifestyle,” said Caroline Jenkins, development manager with
Orchestra Partners. “We want to provide fun and unique spaces that connect the community
and keep our quality of life high, attracting more individuals to our city.”

The membership-based coworking space offers several plans with a range of perks and room
credits available per month. There’s also a day-pass rate, starting at $20. 

“At THRIVE, we see symmetry with Orchestra Partners and Urban Supply — we all want to
promote coworking spaces that offer a healthy work/life balance, where we can meet others in a
physical workspace close to home and within walking distance of attractive amenities like
restaurants, gyms and shopping,” said Ramon Gonzalez, Co-founder and CEO of THRIVE. “We
are excited to bring THRIVE | Coworking to Birmingham.”

Membership perks include high-speed internet, 24/7 access, networking and community-
building events (from hikes to happy hours), a professional mailing address, phone booths for
private calls, access to printers and scanners, and bottomless coffee, tea and snacks, as well as regularly scheduled breakfasts and lunches. THRIVE also partners with neighborhood
businesses to offer members discounts on dining and services, and supports local charities
through its nonprofit THRIVE | Initiative.

“Not only will this support smaller companies by offering affordable, temporary work spaces, it
will also lead to additional foot traffic along The Aisle to further support other local businesses,”
Jenkins said. “We think this is a great fit for Urban Supply.”  

THRIVE has several open and upcoming locations in Georgia, South Carolina and North
Carolina, and this will be the organization’s first opening in Alabama. 

This is one of Urban Supply’s first major tenant announcements, and Jenkins said she’s excited
to keep the momentum going. 

“We are thrilled to announce THRIVE, and there are many more tenants in the pipeline that we
are close to announcing,” Jenkins said. “Fitness and retail will be a big component of this
development, as well as local food and drink. Surrounded by multi-family units, we want Urban
Supply to be your living room in Parkside.”

For more information about THRIVE, visit For more information about Urban
Supply, visit For leasing inquiries contact Lyndsy Yim,
[email protected].  

Orchestra Partners is a planning and redevelopment advisory firm, established in 2015 by
Hunter Renfroe and John Boone.

Our mission is to strengthen cities and small towns by partnering with community leaders and
stakeholders to vision, plan and execute transformative urban projects. 

Through the planning process, we help our clients rethink their city and redevelop key
properties. Our customizable “Main Street” approach fits community needs by identifying gaps
across property types and delivering the places that local stakeholders want to be in. 

For more information, visit


Jessa Garrett 
Communications Manager 
[email protected]

Written by Thrive Editorial

June 13, 2022

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