Victory Brands — Victory Sandwich, Little Trouble — Planning Concept In Newly-Opened Indie Studios

Boutique co-working/office complex has secured seven tenants as of its debut last week
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Gene Kansas and team in the Indie Studios space | Photo: Official

Co-working concept Indie Studios from Atlanta-based real estate developer Gene Kansas — and backed by entrepreneur David Minnix of Cinemassive — is now open. Indie Studios sits in the “Armour-Ottley Loop,” at 190 Ottley Drive, occupying a 35,000 square-foot former mid-century modern warehouse. The space is home to nine studios and a dedicated “suite program” of 14 private offices, plus porches, patios, and a 150-foot front garden.

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“Setting Indie apart from your typical office development are extremely flexible lease terms, tons of indoor/outdoor space and natural light, a 150’ linear front garden, free parking, free fiber internet, individual HVAC units for each studio, our Lobby Bar, the Reference Library, a Screening Room, plus cultural programming designed to bring people together around art, film, music, literature, hospitality, design, good vibes and like-minded creativity,” Kansas said in a prepared statement. “The Armour-Ottley Loop is a quirky, cool mix of nature, craft coffee, infrastructure, beer, bourbon, BBQ, industry, and adaptive reuse projects melding together for district unique to Atlanta.”

As of its opening on January 15, Indie Studios has seven tenants: MA! Design is Human, BAUX, Silver Studio Architects, Huff & Co., SolAmerica Energy, InSight Design Interiors, and a yet-to-be-announced concept from Victory Brands (Victory Sandwich, Little Trouble). “We’re also proud to announce — as a teaser — a Victory Brands concept is on the way to the Armour-Ottley Loop bringing to Indie Victory’s well-known playfulness, quality, and style,” Kansas said.

Indie Studios will be the second “culturally-based” workspace developed by Gene Kansas | Commercial Real Estate, following Constellations in the historic Sweet Auburn District. Led by Kansas, Indie’s architect is Laura Daniel with Revive Architecture, with interiors by Tara Dennis and Ana Mollica with Archie Bolden.

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Caleb J. Spivak

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