Working out of the house has its pitfalls: no co-workers to commiserate with when the boss is having a bad day, plus it's very difficult to test the limits of sexual harassment policy when there are no limits. Offering a less lonely alternative, Workhaus Co-Working Lodge.
Conveniently opened on Lower Greenville by branding agency ONEFASTBUFFALO, Workhaus is a green-minded, squat brick "co-working lodge" whose Design-Within-Reach-y interior provides an airy, modern office setting for self-employed persons & small companies tired of holing up at home, but wary of spending days lying to homeless people while slurping $5 iced-coffee creation-inos. Basic memberships are month-to-month, with the "Dweller" plan guaranteeing a fixed station on the long, cafeteria-style work tables, and the "Mobile" providing access to any available spot; both options afford you a mailing address, wifi, free java, complimentary biz periodicals (Fast Company, etc), informal meeting spots on an array of couches and patios, and 24-hour keypad access -- for those elusive moments when the great idea you can't wait to get started on isn't "sleeping". Fields already holed up at Workhaus range from online retail, to video editing, to floral design; they also host networking events and margarita happy hours, so you can better get to know your faux-workers, and they can better get to know that margaritas make you happy.
Very soon, Workhaus plans to install a tricked-out conference room; once they hit 25 members, they'll start bringing in a pro to perform once-per-week chair massages -- a bummer, since you finally have someone to say "Now, rub it" to, and it isn't even inappropriate.