Open 8:30 to 6:30 Monday - Friday
Membership in CoCreatz
As a member, you’ll have more access to the space, receive discounts to our various offerings, and be part of developing this special community place.
Our annual membership fee joins you to our community of creative, better-world-making folk. Together we hope to inspire and build on each other's work toward a more sustainable future.
One-time $30 member fee
$3.00 per hour
Want some more personal space?
We have dedicated desks:
$480 per month
Reserved desk, with two-drawer locking cabinet under desk, storage space, full-time access.
40 hours per month – $100
4 hours reserved meeting space
4 visitor hours
80 hours per month – $180
x 2 storage space
Full-time – $300 per month
x 3 storage space
In addition to these work space options, all member coworkers have complimentary access to:
coffee and tea, WiFi, regular office copying/printing/scanning, mailbox, package delivery, and auxiliary monitors.
Member plans include options for extended hours access and storage.
Not ready to be a member?
You can still park at one of our many workstations for $4.00 an hour!
Meetings and Events
During weekday/daytime hours or evenings and weekends, you can reserve:
5-person conference room — $9 per hour
Lower-level conference room — $30 per hour with discounts for multiple hours. Flexible enough to hold anything from a 20-person board meeting to an audience-format event with up to 40 people.
During evenings and weekends, you can also reserve:
First floor — $40 per hour with discounts for multiple hours. Our visible first-floor space is great for larger meetings, readings, or parties.
We’re home to several community initiatives and enterprises:
Creative Enterprise Zone
Social Impact Strategies Group
Transition Town - All St. Anthony Park
Transition Twin Cities
First Sight Minnesota — Hellen Keller International
Triangle Park Creative
We’re adjacent to these neighborhood businesses:
The Naughty Greek restaurant
Dual Citizen brewery
C&E Lofts and C&E Flats
And nearby these other neighborhood institutions:
Keys Restaurant (the original location!), Foxy Falafel, Cafe Biaggio, Workhorse Coffee
Sharrett’s Liquor Store
Succotash, MidModMen and Shag retro shops
Barely Brothers and Aghartha vinyl record shops
Twin Cities Reptile pet shop
In addition to the Green Line light rail along University Avenue between downtown Minneapolis and downtown Saint Paul, other transit options just outside our door include these bus routes:
63 (Grand Avenue)
67 (Blue Line, Hamline U and downtown St. Paul),
87 (Rosedale and Highland Park).
Lots of bike parking behind Dual Citizen just off Raymond Avenue.