Jawaid Ismail6 months ago
what is the street address?
what is the street address?
Hey! The building is located at 1275 E. 6th Street, in between Alameda and Mateo, near the 6th Street Bridge. We will be ready to open October. Thanks for your interest!
Looks awesome! I've visited BlankSpaces in Miracle Mile and fell in love with the thought of coworking spaces. I hope they spread to Long Beach and the OC.
As Craig mentioned, We Labs is out where you are Briana... :) And there are loads of co-work spaces in Santa Monica...
We have something similar in Downtown St Louis.. http://downtowntrex.com/
Very cool idea indeed!
Cool, thanks for sharing Jin!
You should check out the HUB network. They have affiliated coworking spaces all over the world. I'm a member of the Hub Seattle http://www.thehubseattle.com/ and they really work hard to encourage collaborations between members and are a cornerstone of the Seattle social entreprenurial community.
Hey Scott! See my response to Erik above... :) I really LOVE the HUB network and am excited to see them grow more and more every year. Cool to know that you're a co-work member there. I've never actually been to Seattle but one day... I hear so many great things about it! Thanks for the support!
You should definitely check out Hub LA (http://www.thehubla.com), also in the Arts District at 830 Traction Ave. I'm sure Elizabeth Stewart would enjoy sharing her story with you.
:) Hey Erik! I love the HUB network... I actually know Elizabeth, and I've partnered with the HUB LA on a few occasions. :) We've held workshops there and they helped us spread the word about CAMP (theuniquecamp.com), a creative conference I started this year. We love them and can't wait to work with them further...
Sounds good & wish you luck in your endeavor, Sonja! I'm a Board Member at Droplabs, a co-working, hackerspace & classroom/meetup place here in Downtown LA. Matter of fact, we were the first ones in Downtown LA. Now there's about 4-5 co-working spaces in the Downtown area. Not sure if you've come out to visit but you're more than welcome to do so cuz if you're talking about being surrounded by creative types it really doesn't get better than our space which is located in Big Art Labs & right next to the Brewery (the world's largest live-in artist colony).
We're pretty proud of all the entrepreneurs, techies, makers & engineers who've used our space to build & launch their products, but we're also very happy to have hosted so many awesome meetups & supported several communities along the way. Again, best of luck to you & your project!
Hey Miguel! I didn't know about Droplabs, thanks for sharing! Hopefully once we are up and running, and things settle down, we'd love to have a co-mixing happy hour or something with y'all... :)
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I think that co-working spaces are going to be very important to the future of the way we work, and this one sounds like a great resource. I came across this call for essays on the future of work https://medium.com/futures-exchange/a6ae0e62d339 - you should check it out.
Great article. Thanks for sharing! I'm encouraged by the fact that a lot of people are willing and actively looking for a way to reform "work" and workplaces. We can do better - and we're doing something to change it. Thanks for your support!!
While living in Chicago, I was always amazed by the tech hubs and workspaces available to startups (ex. 1871). As a native of SoCal and LA, I truly hope we can transform our city for the better as well!
Thanks Christine! I agree - we've seen co-working examples in a lot of other major cities like SF, NYC etc. It's time for LA to have a place that cultivates creativity as well as tech startups.
This is so awesome! Hope to see these spread into the OC!
Thanks Haroon! Come up to LA sometime and try out our building when it's finished. We'd love to see what you think about our co-working experience!
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