Coworking facility CoWorkTampa is about to expand its 10,000-square-foot converted space at a cigar factory in Tampa.
Founder Chris Arnoldi plans to renovate a 4,500-square-foot area on the second floor beginning in May, with a goal to complete construction in two months.
Arnoldi opened CoWorkTampa in 2012 to help foot office costs for his Internet marketing company Uhsome, which is based in the same location.
He invested roughly $100,000 in the space.Read More >
Chris Arnoldi at Uhsome put together Cowork Tampa as a space for startup companies to grow and take off. Cowork has proudly launched a few companies already in its three years on North Armenia.
CoWorkTampa, a coworking loft in a converted Tampa cigar factory, has a new neighbor.
Tampa HackerSpace had a soft opening on the ground floor of the same building in early August, and now holds classes and meetings.
Organizers expect their respective memberships to overlap and to benefit one another.Read More >
Tim Marks, president of Metropolitan Ministries plays with Angel, 5, and Anika, 6 in the after school program. Marks impressed me with his ability to be just “one of the guys” on the playground. It was his idea to slide with the girls after I asked him to ignore me and just be himself. He played with all the kids and really listened when they talked with him. He didn’t even flinch when a little boy pinched his nose in play.