Coworking gets you all of the best parts of having an office without any of the inconvenience. Forget leases – this is a subscription based service, just like Netflix! Instead of enabling procrastination, however, this one gets you a sleek, professional environment designed to connect you with others on the same journey, share knowledge and experience, and get more done.”.
WHO IS COWORKING FOR?
Our members range from web developers, engineers, and nonprofits to graphic designers, finance pros, and video production. If you’re a remote, independent, or nomadic professional, coworking is likely a great fit. We’ve found that telemarketers, political campaigns, and those who need workshop space will need a different setting to be most successful, though.
Our Awesome Amenities.
You’ll want to cowork because of our fantastic community, but here are some added perks:
24/7 Secured Access
Meeting and Conference Rooms
Business Grade Internet
Phone Booths for privacy
+ Access to member exclusives, like access to the expertise and tools at The Foundry Makerspace, reciprocal membership benefits at coworking spaces across the country and discounts with various organizations
We’re a coworking space. If you aren’t familiar with that term, you’re not alone! At it’s core, a coworking space is a resource sharing office with a heavy emphasis on creating community with other driven individuals. Why do these spaces exist?
The way we work is changing. 40% of the workforce is predicted to be freelancing or working remotely by 2020, and that’s not a new trend. We’ve been shifting away from traditional offices for awhile now – but now what?
Humans are social creatures, and we seek out spaces where we can work around other humans: the coffee shop, the bookstore, the market. And these spaces are great – most of the time – but they can come with disadvantages to your business or work: are you purchasing enough coffee to be a conscientious coffeeshop camper? Is the wifi down? Do you know too many people to be productive? Where do you print out your client proposal? You’ve gotta be really good friends with the barista to get a report printed alongside your double Americano.
Coworking spaces combine the physical resources you need to do what you do, and connect you with a supportive community of diverse workers. From the remote worker to the small business owner, you’ll find others who understand what it’s like to show up at work 100% because they’re self-motivated to do what they’re doing.