👋 Welcome to Week 31’s summary.
Another hectic week for coworking!
This week we cover a 100,000 sqft coworking+church project; a business support platform built by a coworking space for their city; as well as town halls, academies, student-only offers, 15-min cities and 2 coworking conference updates.
This week in coworking…
🎉 100,000 sq.ft. Coworking & Church project.
This week, Daryn DeZengotita at Table Coworking announced her newest Coworking + Church project at First United Methodist Church of Plano.
With 100,000 sq. ft. on 36 acres, Daryn anticipates that microschools will be an immediate focus.
Other possibilities they’re exploring are private offices for mental health practitioners, turning an industrial kitchen into a commissary for local food trucks, and community gardens or an urban farm.
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👩⚖️ co.co.haus sells out of their clever law-student-only offices.
The brilliant team at co.co.haus ran a campaign giving an exclusive deal on private offices for students studying for their bar exams.
Not only a great way to leverage available space, but also a way to build goodwill with a whole generation of future lawyers, and potential members.
🤩 Oh. And team co.co also launched their new website, and we have serious design-envy!
🎙 David Brown discusses '15-minute cities'.
David Brown joins the Coworking Values Podcast to discuss ‘the 15-minute city’ – a way to strategically design cities so that all individuals’ needs can be met for work, commerce, health care & entertainment are within 15 minutes of where they live.
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🐣 How is your community responding to local child care challenges?
✌️ Two coworking conference updates.
Coworking Europe 2020 goes hybrid with new virtual layer.
Coworking Europe have extended their event happening in Vienna (November 25-27th) with a virtual layer for all attendees. Check that out.
GCUC announces 4-week virtual APAC conference.
GCUC APAC is a virtual 4-week conference. Each Tuesday at 8am Hong Kong time, attendees will gather online to discuss one of the four set topics (real estate, technology, ecosystems & wellness). Learn more here.