“We have three promises here: take care of yourself, take care of each other, and take care of this place,” Abrams said. It’s basically the grown up version of a clubhouse, if it had fast Wi-Fi and a fridge full of beer.
“At the end of the day, people are looking for a place to get their work done that's not their living room and not a coffee shop,” said Liz Sytsma, Associate Director of CultureWorks. Situated in a suite in the Philadelphia Building, CultureWorks has a rotating roster of about 150 current members. Unlike Indy Hall, they’re more than just a space to work in. On the business level, they offer a range of services to help manage and direct the member organizations, both big and small. For them, offering co-working space is one piece in the larger business management puzzle.