While Louisville, Ky., has a lot to offer, one thing it does not have is coworking space.
Hopefully that shortcoming will change next month.
Butchertown Pointe, a warehouse being renovated near downtown Louisville, is interested in hosting coworking space. I met with the developers last week—the building is perfect for coworking and they are on board with the concept.
Check Butchertown Pointe’s website to see renderings of the building (a new one of the outside is at the end of this post). The building will be ready in March.
Interested? Then please join us for an informational meeting at Butchertown Pointe on Monday, Feb. 16 at noon.
(Follow this link to the address on Google Maps.)
If you are interested, but can’t make the meeting, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I also created a Louisville Coworking Meetup Group for this gathering.
And if you’d like to learn more about coworking, here are some great resources on the subject:
- Coworking wiki—probably the best resource on the subject
- Coworking Google Group—a support and discussion network amongst people interested in coworking
- Citizen Space—a popular coworking space in San Francisco
- Coworking Space—an article on the concept followed by many links to web pages on coworking
- Station C—the community manifesto for a coworking space in Montreal that a friend of mine is involved with