CoWorkTampa, an alternative workspace for freelancers, entrepreneurs and small businesses located on Armenia Avenue, recently underwent renovations and will be hosting a public event to show off its new digs. The alternative workspace offers members the opportunity to have a dedicated area to get work done while also collaborating with others.
“A lot of our members were working in crowded coffee shops or from their home, which have plenty of distractions and are isolated,” says Chris Arnoldi, principal of CoWorkTampa
. “At CoWorkTampa, you are encouraged to bounce ideas off each other and collaborate. The goal is to innovate, where eventually our members grow their business into larger companies.”
According to Arnoldi, the workspace was redone with new paint and buffed floors, several large screen televisions and new furniture was moved in as well. He goes on to say that the space has an “urban loft” feel to it with open ceilings.
“The space offers what any proper co-working space does,” he says. “We can accommodate 100 co-working memberships, and still have enough space for another 20 people working out of the dozen private offices.”
In addition to the upgraded décor, the workspace also offers a large co-working area/conference room, high-speed internet, A/V equipment, a kitchen/break room and parking.
To celebrate the renovation, CoWorkTampa is opening its doors to the public on Tuesday, July 31 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. CoWorkTampa is located in Tampa’s historic Garcia & Vega Cigar Factory, 3104 North Armenia Ave, Suite 2, in Tampa.
Writer: Kimberly Patterson
Source: Chris Arnoldi, CoWorkTampa