Co-working – the idea of sharing office space – is popular in bigger cities, but it’s relatively new in Rhode Island. Red DWG Library is raising the bar. Katherine Gomez and her husband David recently moved from New York, and are innovating the idea locally. Red Dwg provides shared working space where you can concentrate in peace and quiet, but thrive off the creative atmosphere.
“It’s definitely not an office. It’s an art-filled lounge that is inspiring and focused,” she says. Think of it partly as a serene space to think and work, partly as a chic private club – but membership is more affordable than it sounds. Membership starts at just $75, and they also offer private rooms for companies with a small staff or organizations looking for a meeting space. “We wanted to raise the standard of co-working to a more focused, motivating and engaging atmosphere,” Kathy says. “We created this space with a high level of hospitality in mind.”
Red Dwg has a self-pay kitchen offering healthy food and tea at 2:30pm every afternoon. The most exciting part of this new project is, “meeting people with different backgrounds, interests and areas of expertise, and finding similarities and connections,” Kathy says. Their motto is ‘Purpose and Commitment.’ “We’re helping entrepreneurs and startups fulfill their goals and aspirations.”
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