GET YOUR SHIFT TOGETHER AT

COWORKING AND EVENT SPACE

IN AN INNOVATIVE ENVIRONMENT

OUR STORY

The project began when the owner, who is also an architect, envisioned co-locating his home and office into a live | work environment in an urban location.  And inspired by repeated requests for space within the building after initial occupancy, the unused lower level was repurposed into a coworking office space.

The historic warehouse structure was selected in an overlooked former industrial area of downtown and is one of just a handful of "survivor" buildings from a former rail yard in what was a gritty, industrial edge of town that is presently situated on a prominent corner demarcating the entrance to downtown at a major arterial intersection.

Time and numerous misguided alterations had taken their toll, leaving the structure in a state of ill-repair.  However, the owner | architect, now turned developer, appreciated the building's historical signifcance and grasped its capacity to catalyze the neighborhood's revitalization.

The history along with cues of past industrial machining evidence within the building inspired a concept where the original building components are reinvigorated and exposed in their original character while contemporary industrial warehouse and machinist elements are integrated in an honest expression.

A century of misguided building remodels were stripped away by vigorously removing layers of paint, uncovering original brickwork and refinishing overlain floors into authentic distressed hardwood floors.  The existing building "shell" was kept intact and repaired whenever possible.

The new construction is respectful of the existing structure, a nuanced dialogue between the new and the old.  In some locations, the two are carefully delineated.  In others, modern interventions take a back seat to historic character.  Throughout the building, transparency and compatible finishes allow space to flow freely.  The interior layout takes a cue from the expansive floor space that the original warehouse | factory allocated to varied uses.  Original exposed brick walls, wooden floor assemblies, exposed roof structure and polished concrete floors provide a rich backdrop for each space.

To maintain each areas characteristic feel, the use of new materials was limited to a simple palette of translucent glazing or polycarbonate, mil steel, reclaimed second-use plywood and wood pallets, and painted gypsum.

Nothing is more sustainable than breathing new life into an existing resource and the adaptive reuse strategies have augmented this 1917 structure in preparation for another 100+ years of relevance.  The project tells an important story about the role historic buildings play in anchoring urban revitalization with sustainable principles - both in building program and in building function - and the story has been preserved in a documentary highlighting the strategies employed.

The project has helped catalyze redevelopment within the district with a series of investments since the building's completion that have followed the T Square building's lead in respecting the existing fabric and expanding the mixed-use of the neighborhood.

 
 

RATE MENU

Ask about trying out a space if you're unsure.........................

Drop In.........................................................................$ 25/day

Drop In....................................................................$ 100/week

Dedicated Desk...................................................$ 225/month

Lockable Office....................................................$ 500/month

     Additional Person in Same Office.................$ 100/month

Conference Rooms (up to 12 people).....................$ 25/hour

Photo Shoot Area......................................................$ 50/hour

Large Event Space (social activities after 5 p.m.)..$150/hour

***Ask About 10% Discount for Non-Profit Organizations

 

  SPACES.....Become a member for access to an office or an open desk.   

All by the day/week/month. 

  No contracts or lease agreements, no hassle!Open floor plan concept.  Natural light.  Cool vibe.  

  SPACES....  

  Open Desk  

  Lockable Office  

  Meeting/Event spaces for all types of uses    including:  

  Regular meetings  

  Board meetings  

  Office retreats  

  Small Workshops (up to 40)  

  Photo shoots  

  Social receptions *  

  Political rallies *  

  Graduation parties *  

  * social events during non-business hours only  

USPS Mail Service

Safe - Fire Sprinkler and Fire Alarm

In Downtown Close to Restaurants, Pubs and Arts

Clean Restrooms

No agreements or leases - all

memberships are month-to-month

Cleaning Service

Secure - On Site Live In Manager (and guard dog)

MEMBERSHIP PERKS

No Distractions or Boredom of Home Office

One Awesome Desk and Office Chair

Free WiFi Access

300 mb/sec. download

10 mb/sec. upload

Easy Access to Free Parking Less Than a Block Away

Glass Marker Boards

Low Overhead

Professional Environment

Free Large and Small

Meeting Rooms and Collab Spaces

Access to an Awesome Collaborative Community of Innovative Individuals 

Bottomless Coffee (Keurig) and Shared Break Room with Fridge, Microwave and Dishwasher

Fax, Printer, Copier, and Basic Office Supplies During Office Hours

XM Radio Background Music with Daily Rotating Genres

24 Hour Access with Coded Entry

Host to Community Events

Lockers to Secure Your Items

No Noisy Coffee Shop Meetings

Sorry, Virtual Space is NOT Offered

at this Time

 
 
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CONTACT US
for a tour of your next office space

  ADDRESS: 444 SOUTH CENTER STREET CASPER, WY 82601  

  Contact:  Lyle Murtha  

  TEL: 307.265.3611  |  lylem@stateline7.com  

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