If you ask us, there aren't enough writer-specific resources these days. That's why we're completely digging the concept (and photos) of this new "co-writing" building down on Locust by Tap Room.
STL Writers’ Room is a membership organization that offers area writers and creative types a place to work and collaborate among a community of peers.
This work space was designed for writers, but works equally well for graphic designers, web designers, etc. It's the perfect alternative for those in need of a quiet space to work. Membership options are very affordable and include 24/7 access to the space, high-speed internet, free street parking, coffee bar/kitchenette, and many other amenities (including invitations to members-only events). Private offices are available upon request.
At $5 a day for pop-ins and cheaper monthly payments for members, this seems to be a nice, cozy alternative to the other co-working areas around town. The only things that bother us about this are the lack of creativity placed on the branding, logo and website (especially copy). And why must we place an 'STL' anywhere in the name of new/revitalized concepts these days?
Okay, our rant is done. Get out there and support this place:
Become a Member.
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