Spokane Washington is in the midst of a rebirth — newly constructed medical and health science facilities and other downtown development opportunities, as well as a diverse and emerging economy comprised of industry leading businesses and organizations, continue to shape Spokane into a viable and sustainable commerce. Fellow, a Spokane-based coworking community, cultivates and promotes the Inland Empire’s emerging creative and professional community.
“Coworking spaces are all about shared working environments. Fellow is about creating a community around diverse skills and shared experiences. We might be working alone, but we’re in it together.”
Welcome to Fellow.
Since October 2013, Fellow has supported area nonprofits, small businesses and freelancers through insightful workshops, events and seminars. Fellow offers a variety of affordable membership options ranging from part-time to full-time, 24/7 desk access.
“The space is 1,500 square feet,” started Benji Wade, co-founder. “We have around 30 members at the moment and half of those are full-time.”
Terrain, Spokane’s largest annual arts and music festival currently operates out of Fellow. Labratory Spokane, an interactive storefront gallery space and Food for All, a charity organization, each calls Fellow home.
Fellow’s bright and modern interior is back-dropped by wooden details and polished flooring. Vibrant artwork from Inland Northwest artists hangs from the wall. Large community desk space provides members with the perfect spot to sprawl out and get work done.
In a city largely recognized for its agricultural and manufacturing goods, the conversation is slowly changing. Fellow has joined the discussion.
For more information, please visit Fellow online.