Get out of the home office, the coffee shop, the... you get it.

Getting out of your house regularly makes coming home feel better.

Establish a routine of intentionality in your work.

Getting up in the morning and “going to work” helps with productivity.

Surround yourself with positive people. It's good for you.

A friendly group of peers will help cheer you up when you’re down.

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Meeting Spaces, Comfortable Coworking, Exclusive Events and Opportunities, and so much more.

You deserve a better place to work.

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Coworking in a Nutshell…

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.

Comfortable Atmosphere

The upstairs in The Hatch has been renovated into a lounge and meeting space.

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Grant Moore, Carol Hall, Jim Beiwer, Jessie Wiegand, and Tatum Brooks socialize while working on the front porch of The Hatch in Port Huron, Michigan.

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Perfect for Remote Workers

Matt Brooks, owner of The Hatch, talks with Robert DeBoer, Software Development Engineer at Brand Labs, inside an office at The Hatch.

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