Coworking gains momentum downtown
Gene Powell, Don Miller, and Jamie Wright creators of Seed Coworking
The traditional office workplace can be stifling not only physically but also creatively (Of course, that’s certainly not the case here at Adams Street Publishing!). Coworking has become a progressive alternative. A shared office space for independent workers, coworking helps reinvigorate freelancers and serves as an incubator for creative problem solving and collaboration. Seed Coworking, 25 South St. Clair St., is one of the latest such hubs in Toledo. Located in the Warehouse District, the newly renovated facility provides a unique environment for professionals to work independently or share ideas and resources with others.
Seed is aiming to grow into a coworking community, according to its founders Jamie Wright, Gene Powell and Don Miller. The self-confessed “cool tech nerds” are all presidents of different local technology companies who think outside the limited confines of the traditional cubicle and want to encourage collaboration and networking between individuals and technology businesses. Seed has wi-fi, a crisp modern layout with open office space, a conference room and a cool kitchenette. Anyone interested in utilizing the facility can stop in and check it out before deciding to become a member. Membership fees provide access to the space ranging from 24/7 to one day a month and are priced from $25-$175 monthly with no long-term obligations. Members also get the opportunity to attend networking events like poker or movie nights.For more information or to become a member visit
www.seedcoworking.com or call 419-407-6199.