The Las Vegas Review Journal’s Alan Snel visited Work In Progress and wrote a piece called “Work in Progress gives start-ups their space in Vegas“.
“Work In Progress began humbly with about 20 members in February 2013 and has grown to 161 paying members, along with another 50 people who use the start up services center at 317 S. Sixth Street,” Alan Snel writes. “Downtown Project, Tony Hsieh’s $350 million downtown re-development initiative, invested in Work in Progress to help the center get on its feet, said Josh Bowden, who co-founded the co-working business. Now, Work In Progress is a privately financed operation that runs on the revenues generated from membership payments, Bowden said.”
“Work In Progress offers a menu of services at various costs,” he continues. “Need a day pass? That’s $25. Want to drop in twice a month? That’s $49. “Key” members pay $199 a month for 24/7 access and six hours of meeting rooms a month. That also includes services such as kitchen access, video conferencing, lockers and free coffee and tea.”
Alan Snel writes that in the beginning, Work In Progress focused mostly on tech-oriented companies, such as app developers. Now, it is recruiting a broader group of start-ups such as graphic designers, freelancers and lawyers.
Read the entire piece here.