Last Updated on October 2, 2013 by Tim
“A members-only workspace and community dedicated to taking all of the frustrations of working the old way and pulverizing them to a dust so fine it actually oils the wheels of the machine.” Those are the first words when you visit the Grind website. The space for creative community workspace has had two locations in New York and is now bringing their vision to Chicago with a beautiful share space.
The workspace that stays open from 8 a.m. til midnight opens the door for meeting rooms, lounges, sharing work, finding like-minded creators or enjoying coffee while working within a community instead of a company. Their new offering comes with 22-foot high ceilings in the middle of an incredible skyscraper on North LaSalle Street.
To take advantage of the Grind network and space it takes a special set of entrepreneurial spirit—the type of individuals that want to get work done but also share ideas and grow in a community. Application comes way of recommendations with the team behind the space giving the final stamp of entry. To celebrate the newest space launch, Grind is starting with a launch party this Thursday, October 3, 2013. With discussions from Gabe Klein, Chicago’s Department of Transportation Commissioner and a presentation from Founder and CEO of Threadless, Jake Nickell.