The 4M City Club reopen as a co-working space with a restaurant and activities for remote workers. The facility will open again in 2022 to create a community of locals and remote workers.
Preparing for the next opening, locals and remote workers could choose between the public via day pass or by renting a desk or office space. Specific prices are still to be announced. The reopening aims to create a “15-minute” neighborhood for everyone, even for those unable to afford a co-working space, and build a local community.
New Co-working Space For Local And Remote Workers
So, following remote work trends, the club reopens as a co-working space for the local community and remote workers. The 33,000-square-foot club is ready for its new activities. In short, the location will be divided into four sections. First, 17,000 square feet will be a co-working for remote workers. The second section will be a restaurant, both take-out and delivery, hosting regional chefs providing food. The third section will be a small market with grocery essentials, quick meals, and retail wine and beer. Finally, the club will feature a full-service Lucky’s Bar.