Those old retail buildings in so many tier 2 and 3 cities that have been unoccupied forever? Well, they’re in demand again. This time as offices space for co-working sites or office spaces for hip, new, agile thinkers. The co-working spaces offer community to small businesses or regional outposts who are tired of spending their work days at their kitchen tables. They share thoughts, ideas, and become social colleagues in what would otherwise be a lonely existence. And the retail spaces are great offices spaces for companies interested in investing in their community and for employees who want to live and work where they can walk to and from – think Millennials. Taylor Atchison leads the development in both spaces in cities across the southeast.