Spaceworks Tacoma opens downtown co-working space

Do you want to be part of a vibrant community of creators and activate a long-vacant building on Pacific Avenue? If so, Spaceworks Tacoma officials want to hear from you.

According to Spaceworks Tacoma — a joint initiative of the City of Tacoma and the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber that aims to activate empty storefronts and vacant spaces — a downtown Tacoma building that was once home to the Master Builders Association of Pierce County and Ticor Title Insurance Company will soon offer co-working spaces to artists, small-business owners, non-profit organizations, and other individuals pursuing creative endeavors.

Private spaces range from 150 to 250 square feet and include 24/7 access, wireless Internet service, and Spaceworks Tacoma marketing and promotion. Common spaces include a shared kitchen, art sink, bike storage, shower, access to “gallery” space with art made by tenants, as well as a monthly Art Walk event organized and promoted by Spaceworks Tacoma.

The building is located at 1120 Pacific Ave. and owned by DCL Management.

More information about pricing and availability at ’1120 Spaceworks’ is available online here and here.


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