The Think Tank Cowork building located in Everett’s historic downtown district has been beautifully preserved and updated.

The Think Tank Cowork building located in Everett’s historic downtown district has been beautifully preserved and updated.

Bridge the work and work-from-home divide with Coworking

Shared workspace in Downtown Everett offers the amenities you want + flexible packages

Is working from home just not working for you anymore?

Perhaps you’d like an inspirational, welcoming and productive workspace where you or your team can create, connect, grow and build community?

It might be time to think about coworking, the new way of working that is shaping the way we work in the future. Often described as shared workspaces, they can provide all the ingredients to create your personal blend of a hybrid work style.

“We understand the challenges of living in a post-COVID world and working at home definitely has its drawbacks,” says Shane Kidwell, CEO of Think Tank Cowork. “We’re people just like you and we know that maybe the kids can be loud, or you’re working in your basement or garage, which isn’t great.

“We want to provide an awesome option to working from home, or even commuting for a couple hours – sitting in traffic while commuting is like unpaid overtime.”

Think Tank Cowork provides offices and meeting rooms with leading-edge technology and amenities.

Think Tank Cowork provides offices and meeting rooms with leading-edge technology and amenities.

Local and independently owned Think Tank Cowork is located in the heart of Everett’s downtown historic district. They’ve created a beautifully designed three-floor building that features plug-and-play drop-in offices and desks, state-of-the art conference rooms, a podcast studio, network café, rooftop deck and even a work and play space.

“We exist for people and the community – we exist for you,” Kidwell says. “In reality, people need to be able to craft their work in ways that give them purpose and meaning. We enable more connections and interactions and increase productivity and innovation. We encourage diversity in industry and entrepreneurial experience by welcoming a variety of members under the same roof that have unique skill sets that they can provide to other community members.”

At Think Tank Cowork they not only have welcoming, inspirational workspaces, they also have a place relax and play.

At Think Tank Cowork they not only have welcoming, inspirational workspaces, they also have a place relax and play.

Who is coworking for? You name it – entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, remote employees, startups, and even students.

If you’re visiting Everett or the surrounding areas on a business trip and need a place to work, or just want to get out of the house, take advantage of Think Tank’s Free Week to get a feel for the global phenomenon of coworking, which includes access to open common spaces and a plethora of amenities.

Find out more on Facebook and Instagram before checking out their space located at 2817 Wetmore Ave.

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