I constantly submerge myself in all of Detroit’s culture while looking for opportunities to connect, grow, and too help individuals take their ideas to the next level. The ability to connect with different people and understand the opportunities for new ventures and enriching programming both around the city but also within Hunt Street Station is what keeps me bearing through the cold months.
Nobody can do this alone, it’s something so cliché but also holds substantial truth. The ability to network, connect and grow is crucial to each individual’s ability to not only become successful but in the most primitive form survive in life. I love the most basic human survival instinct of building a tribe and accomplishing goals.
Hunt Street Station
Hunt Street Station - Hunt Street, Detroit MI
HSS is a space that's as unique as each member's mission. This is a coworking space that reflects Detroit's history, Detroit's neighborhoods now, and the future.
i3Detroit - Wordsworth Street, Ferndale MI
i3Detroit is the largest community run DIY workshop. Anything you want to build or learn how to build can happen here and it's mission is both necessary and unique.
Cahoots - East Huron Street, Ann Arbor MI
Cahoots is a technology focused coworking space in Ann Arbor. It's an awesome space for individuals or companies that are technology focused because it provides a space where business can connect and grow together.
SheHive - Hilton Road, Ferndale MI
SheHive is a women's coworking space based in Ferndale. Another niche based coworking space that provides opportunities for women entrepreneurs and doers.
TechTown Detroit - Burroughs Street, Detroit MI
As a former Challenge Detroit fellow, TechTown was my home for about a year on Friday's. They provide great space for meetings, and events. As well as, a staple to quality coworking spaces which is the opportunity to collaborate with others.
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