CRAFT (Moving) in Austin

Private / Coworking Space, Drop ins accepted
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee N.O. Brew Iced Coffee, Trianon organic and fair trade French roast
Tea Republic of Tea, Celestial Seasonings
Alcohol Beer
Food No food servied, though lots of options within 2 blocks
Seating Capacity 30
Outside Seating 6
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Group Friendly, Air Conditioned, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web craft-austin-hub.com  

Pro Tips

CRAFT is temporarily closed as they prepare to move into a bigger space. Stay tuned for new location and details, as they plan to re-open mid December.

CRAFT is a walk-in crafting studio with amenities conducive for laptop and other remote working: big tables, drop down electrical outlets, printer, WiFi, shower, coffee, tea, ample parking. The space is touted as "inspirational messy" with white walls and organized supplies and the community is encouraged to play with art supplies while working and for inspiration, e.g. squishing clay between your fingers while brainstorming. Light music plays (Putumayo albums). Daytime tends to be more quiet, with fewer crafters. There's a great coffee shop two doors down and many food trucks and restaurants within walking distance make this a great location for folks needing a change of scenery or variety of food throughout the day. DROP-IN RATE: $10/day does not include unlimited crafting.

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