Project aims to bring artists, entrepreneurs downtown Las Vegas
Co-working project aims to bring artists and entrepreneurs to downtown Las Vegas Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A new hot spot in downtown Las Vegas is aimed at creating an environment where people can have fun making money.
"Work In Progress" is a work in progress. It's based on a concept called "co-working."
Demolition on what used to be law offices at 6th and Bridger began two weeks ago. By the end of January the building will become a meeting place for artists and entrepreneurs.
Co-founder and Chief Financial Officer Patrick Olson says it's part of Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh's plan to reinvent downtown Las Vegas, and bring in people from all over Southern Nevada.
Olson says, "We're just shy of two million people, and that's a collection of smart, creative amazing people. And they just need a place to gather, and we see this as being one of those places."
Work In Progress is slated to open by the end of January. Memberships start at fifty bucks and go up, depending on specialized needs.
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