Coworking spaces let you share an office space with other entrepreneurs, freelancers, and remote workers. It can be a great solution if you’d like to meet clients, network with local business owners, or simply enjoy a budget-friendly space outside of your home. Here are some of our recommendations on where to Cowork in LYH.
Lynchburg, Virginia offers several coworking spaces for your needs:
Located on Main Street in Downtown Lynchburg, Add Logo has teamed up with Blackwater Branding to offer a space for every kind of professional, from individual offices, to open floor space, and even conference rooms. This is also the perfect coworking space for creatives featuring a recording booth, studio space, video/photo studio, and professional equipment. As a bonus, Add Logo is conveniently located in-between Benny’s Scarpetta for a quick pizza break and Champion Brewing for an after-work wind-down. Reserve a space or become a member HERE.
Momentum offers an open-concept workspace in a historic building in downtown Lynchburg. Located close to stores, the Blackwater Creek Trail System, and the Post Office, the central location is easily accessible. With fresh coffee, dry cleaning-drop off, document shredding services, presentation projector and screen, conference room, kitchenette, printing/scanning/copying/faxing, mentorships, collating supplies, and more, Momentum offers everything your business may need. There are different packages offering different levels of access.
RE 5th is a coworking community for forward thinkers, innovators and game-changers who are working together to achieve their goals. Whether you’re mind-mapping, meeting, collaborating or crunching numbers, the designer desks, tables, sofas, conference room and informal meeting areas provide the perfect place for every business need. Designed with two levels, Re Fifth offers daily passes, work week passes, monthly rentals, conference rooms, and private suites. Learn more about their services HERE.
If you need a more formal environment for a meeting, the Courtyard by Marriott in Lynchburg VA at 4640 Murray Place offers a workspace in their lobby. With free internet access and nearby coffee and restaurant, there is space for up to eight people. If you require more privacy for a meeting, there are small Media Pods or partially enclosed spaces available. Media Pods have flat-screen TVs as well as a table and padded seating. Printing and some business services are available through the hotel.
5) Outdoor Spaces
If you don’t want to pay a monthly fee for a co-work space, you can take advantage of the many parks and parklets in Lynchburg, Virginia to conduct business. Work with a view on the Bluffwalk, Riverfront Park, or takeout patios located at Depot Plaza or the Community Market. All of the parks and Recreation Community Centers in Lynchburg – including College Hill Center and Yoder Center on Jackson Street, Daniel’s Hill Center, Diamond Hill Center, Fairview Center, and Jefferson Park Center on York Street — offer free Wi-Fi, so you only need to bring your mobile device and projects.
5) Coffee shops and cafes
Cafés in Lynchburg offer coffee and can be a great place to meet clients or just get some work done outside the home office. The White Hart on Main St., The Muse on Enterprise Drive, Mission House Coffee downtown and coming to Cornerstone soon, The Drowsy Poet on Lakeside Dr., La Vida Coffee on Langhorne Rd., Golf Park Coffee on Bedford Ave., and even local Starbucks cafés all offer tables, caffeine, snacks, and Wi-Fi access. For something different, try the loft seating area at Rolled Cold Creamery Or, or try Magnolia Foods gourmet deli on Rivermont Avenue.
6) Public libraries
Working on a big project? Lynchburg public libraries have plenty of free resources and quiet areas for work. You can also reserve meeting rooms with speakers, projectors, and other equipment.