Welcome to the (reimagined) neighborhood.
The HQ CoCo, a coworking space housed in the former Minneapolis Grain Exchange, built in 1881
Entrepreneurship can be lonely, no form more so than soloing. Coworking spaces re-create the “community” that is a part of working in an established company at its best. CoCo goes further, dividing much of its space into intentionally diverse mini-neighborhoods — seeding what become self-forming social networks. Jane Jacobs would feel right at home.
The rapid expansion of the coworking industry is one example of the new products and services emerging to serve the solo market.