You might be wondering…

What the heck is a coworking space?

At first, people think it’s an “office building.” In reality, coworking is much more about its people than the place. It’s about connections with great people.

Think of coworking membership like a gym membership, but instead of building our muscles, we’re building our businesses.

What are the benefits of coworking?

Oh, let’s start with these:

  • Getting out of your house regularly makes coming home feel better.
  • It’s good to establish a routine of intentionality in your work. Getting up in the morning and “going to work” helps with productivity.
  • Being around other people is good for you. A friendly group of peers will help cheer you up when you’re down. They’ll build your confidence in whatever challenge you’re facing.

Google has about 7,420,000 results for “what are the benefits of coworking?

Is a long-term commitment required?

Nope. In fact, long-term commitments aren’t even available here.

All memberships are month-to-month.


Can I leave my (computer, monitor, files, etc.) here after hours?

Members with private offices are able to leave stuff behind, of course. For members working in our common spaces, our Resident Membership allows for a dedicated workspace with storage access. All other members need to take their stuff with them by 6pm each day.

Are pets allowed?

Sorry, no.

Not even your (whatever you have). No.

Can I give it a "test drive" to see if I like it?

All of our memberships are month-to-month, so if after a tour and introductions, you (and we) think it’s a good fit, you will be invited to join.

No long-term commitment! Give it a month and see how it goes.

Can I be the exclusive (whatever you do) at The Roost and The Hatch?

Dude — relax. Nobody is trying to steal your dream clients or the blueprints for that new gizmo you’re working on.

Coworking spaces are all about connecting and supporting each other as members of a community. It’s not about competition. We’re here to cheer each other on. In fact, you’d likely benefit from having coworkers in the same line of work at The Roost and The Hatch.


Shouldn't "coworking" be hyphenated?


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