Grand Opening of Workantile Exchange

After months of planning, procuring, building, and tweaking, the Workantile Exchange officially opened today in downtown Ann Arbor.

What's a Workantile Exchange?

In short, it's a coworking facility. But their website goes into a little more detail:

Workantile Exchange is designed for independents who don't want to work alone. Our goal is to build a community of peers: people with wide-ranging skills, experience and resources...

We’re a private membership community of independent workers, based in a restored antique storefront in the heart of Ann Arbor. Both the space and the community it houses are designed to support and enhance members' worklives. We don’t offer permanent desk space or phone lines, and we aren’t an incubator or startup facility.

More of a Guild Hall, or a private coffeehouse.

If you're looking for a dynamic, creative place to work downtown, and you aren't chained to a cubicle, you may wish to give Workantile a look, or apply online to become a member.

See more pictures from the grand opening.

Update: The Ann Arbor News also has a story on Workantile.