Brooklyn Boulders Chicago in Chicago

Private / Coworking Space
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Seating Capacity 20
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords bkb, rock climbing, west loop, Co-working, gym, yoga, Has Power, Has Power, Popular
Web www.bkbchicago.com  

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The co-working space is in "beta" version. This is a workout, rock climbing facility but has a dedicated co-working space with outlets all over the place. A monthly membership is required, although daily passes are available.

MAIN NOTE: You must be a member of the organization($85 - $125/month) or purchase a 'Day Pass' ($25/day pass) to access their co-working space in the mezzanine.

Mezzanine space is fairly underutilized during the typical work day. After 4pm it becomes pretty noisy with the individuals coming to workout or climb but still plenty of working space.

Internet connectivity(as of 12.01.16 - 12.12.16) has been slow every day. Rarely happening (once a week) but annoying enough to mention is the network 'hiccups' and disconnects everyone for about 3 - 5 mins.

Management said they're aware of the issue and looking to replace/update the network devices and access points within the next couple of months.

One microwave and no usable refrigerator.

However, not a bad monthly price since membership also includes full unlimited access to the climbing spaces, all group fitness and yoga classes, and nitro-brew coffee.

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