Coworking spaces continue to evolve thanks to creatives offering more than an office with space for a chair and a desk.
— Babs Rodriguez
“Founded by Jill Black and Turner Black, the 76107 collective opened on Vickery Boulevard in late August. Jill, a real estate agent and folk art collector, partnered with daughter/graphic artist Turner to create a shared workplace they describe as a haven for entrepreneurs in need of a place to muse. Some of the 10 private workspaces (80 to 144 square feet) feature high windows for natural light, and all have glass doors. There is also a meeting space for rent by the hour. Amenities include a shared conference space, Wi-Fi, and a break room. It’s all designed to attract freelancers and small business owners with practical needs but also a desire to find inspiration from like minds. All collective members have access to high-speed internet, printer, scanner, communal break room and opportunities to participate in pop-up markets and networking events.
Bonus to members and visitors alike: Swiss Pastry Shop is next door.”