The 444 building in downtown Dayton is open to businesses affected by the recent tornadoes — for free.
The Entrepreneurs Center runs “Nucleus Co-Share,” a co-working space at 444 E. Second St., known as “444”, in downtown Dayton’s “Innovation District.”
Nucleus Co-Share is a non-profit co-working facility that was founded to provide a work environment where small businesses benefit from shared infrastructure along with the opportunity to work together.
The space features a modern-industrial design and offers access to power, wifi, conference rooms, private phone rooms, a kitchen and restrooms.
Typically, the daily rate to co-work is $15 but currently, fees are being waived for those affected.
“The quicker we can get our business community back to business-as-usual, the better for the entire community,” Scott Koorndyk, Entrepreneurs Center president, said in the statement. “We want to do our part and opening our doors in this manner is hopefully one small but impactful way The Entrepreneurs Center can help.”
Nucleus Co-Share is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit tecdayton.com/space.
Thank you for reading the Dayton Daily News and for supporting local journalism. Subscribers: log in for access to your daily ePaper and premium newsletters.
Thank you for supporting in-depth local journalism with your subscription to the Dayton Daily News. Get more news when you want it with email newsletters just for subscribers. Sign up here.