Coworks!

It's not open yet, but I took some preliminary pictures of the space today. There was a lot more we could have done, but the budget and time didn't allow for more in it with all its iterations.

Entry - poycarbonate on wood stud "boxes" for private meetings of all sizes. Water-jet cut signage back-lit right in front of the entrance.

Entry - poycarbonate on wood stud "boxes" for private meetings of all sizes. Water-jet cut signage back-lit right in front of the entrance.

Largest meeting room available seats about 20 people with accordion polycarbonate in wood frame doors.

Largest meeting room available seats about 20 people with accordion polycarbonate in wood frame doors.

I had wished for softer colors- pale almost-white yellows with bright orange-reds accents on a dark grey-blue base. The current bright orange next to the lime green is very discordant to my eyes.

Regardless, the space works out beautifully - different types of seating for coworking in a prime location: overlooking Hing Hay Park, near commuter rails and the transit tunnel, with Mike's Noodle Shop across the street.

Once it gets its use and flow, it will be a wonderful addition to the neighborhood, animating a decade-long vacant storefront next to a highly used and loved community park.