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Co-working spaces are a great resource for entrepreneurs and small businesses. A co-working space is like a cross between a coffee shop and a library, with a friendly, work-focused atmosphere. Here are 12 locations where you can experience co-working in Birmingham.
1) Hardware Park
Since February, Hardware Park has been breathing new life into the historic Long-Lewis Hardware building. In addition to the massive 140,000sqft campus, tenants benefit by working together on engineering projects.
Learn more about Hardware Park.
2) Innovation Depot
Learn more about Innovation Depot.
3) Red Mountain Makers
Red Mountain Makers offers space, equipment, and other resources for its tech-driven members. From woodworking to microprocessors, Red Mountain Makers has it all.
5) Twenty-One Thirty
With the projects such as The Pizitz and The Summit under his belt, developer Jeffrey Bayer is tried and true. That’s why we are so excited to see Twenty-One Thirty. Bayer collaborated on this development with David Silverstein. Since construction is wrapping up, we expect to see the grand opening soon!
“We are creating a co-working real-estate hub for the Birmingham market that will foster a collaborative environment for individuals.”Michael V. Reilly, Jr.
6) The Hub
Homewood’s The Hub is the perfect spot for professional dreamers, thinkers, and doers. Additionally, The Hub offers day passes in case you need a quiet place to study or work for the day.
Learn more about The Hub.
7) Social Venture
Social Venture is REV Birmingham‘s gift to the co-working community. Since 2013, Social Venture has transformed an abandoned warehouse into a vibrant workplace with meeting rooms and co-working space.
8) WORX BHM
9) Practice Works
Learn more about Practice Works.
10) MAKE bhm
Since woodworking and metalworking equipment is so expensive, MAKEbhm provides equipment access to its members. MAKEbhm provides the tools–you decide what to build.