Milwaukee’s Ward4 startup co-working space will host an open house on June 22.
The event, which is free and open to the public, marks the second anniversary of the startup-centric space, located in the Pritzlaff Building south of downtown. It was opened in June 2015 by Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele.
The community consists of two areas: a 26,000-square-foot open co-locating space with nine offices, a few small huddle spaces, several first-come-first-serve desks, a kitchen, conference rooms and collaboration areas available to members by subscription; and larger office spaces reserved for companies with 10 to 50 employees. Read the full story here.