Originally Published: March 25, 2018 6 a.m.
WingSpace ‘co-working’ office opens April 2
A concept that has taken hold in larger cities comes to Prescott on April 2 with the opening of WingSpace. It’s a “co-working space” designed for independent workers, and it is located near Prescott College. WingSpace is a 3,000-square-foot space equipped with an open co-working area, offices, dedicated desks, conference rooms, and shared amenities.
WingSpace offers month-to-month memberships including a variety of different membership levels.
The concept is based on the idea that people who work from home are often isolated from others who can give them input and feedback on ideas, and working in coffee shops and similar places is less than ideal.
“It’s a place to work independently, but together. A co-working environment allows its members to quickly build out a diverse social network, which can potentially lead to new clients, new partners or investors, or resources to help get work done efficiently,” said founder Melanie Banayat.
More details, including a full week free offer, are available at WingSpace.biz.
Dutch Bros. Coffee coming to Prescott
A Dutch Bros. Coffee will be coming to the corner of Willow Creek and Willow Lake roads, according to a news release issued by the Thompson Thrift Retail Group, which bought the land for the shop. An opening date has not been announced yet.
Backstreet Indoor Flea Market to shut down
Backstreet Indoor Flea Market is closing its doors. The location, at 7359 Second Street in Prescott Valley, has been sold to a new owner, who has other plans for the building. The Flea Market will be open seven days a week until the final day, April 17. Call 928-227-2694 for information.
BloomTree Realty donates to PUSD’s Family Resource Center
BloomTree Realty on March 20 made a financial donation to the Prescott Unified School District’s Family Resource Center to help 10 children in need. The Family Resource Center focuses on taking care of the many children within the school district whose families are struggling by helping to provide money for clothing and hygiene. The donation is part of a program to give financially to a charitable fund that is used to help various worthwhile causes within the Prescott area that are brought to the attention of the BloomTree Realty Agent Council.
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