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Re: [softwaredev-113] Middleton Co-working Space starting up

From: Timothy N.
Sent on: Saturday, April 7, 2012 11:25 AM
On a similar note, Capital Newspapers is looking to have their space available later this month at 2001 Fish Hatchery.

Would it make sense to get a reciprocity program going for basic access?

They are looking to provide a turn-key solution with Internet, furniture, whiteboard walls, projector and a coffee bar (still trying to convince them to include coffee serve).  The projector space could be a good spot to do meetups - of the non-beer swilling variety ;)

So, now we have co-working opportunities downtown, near west and far west - but nothing on the east side.  Time to step it up Purgolders!

On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 1:29 PM, Paul Miller <[address removed]> wrote:

Hey folks - Emmanuel wants to get the co-working space going soon - possibly as early as the latter part of this month.

If anyone has a suggestion for a name please reply to this and we'll keep track. If Emmanuel ends up picking one of the suggestions there will be a free beer in it for you at the next meetup!

We need to get the place up and running and that includes buying furniture, white-board materials, and getting the Internet hooked up, and to do that we'll need some initial members. Pricing is looking at $50/mo for a walk-up desk, $100/mo for a permanent desk. Both include access to the gym, free parking, and 24 hour access.

If you have any questions send Emmanuel an email: [address removed]

Once again here is some documentation about the space:


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