Wash Heights Creative Works Opens on Vliet Street
WHCW offers only dedicated, private studio/offices reasonably priced.
Washington Heights, Milwaukee, Wisconsin — July 1, 2018 — Today, Wash Heights Creative Works (WHCW), 5500 West Vliet Street, opens its doors to join the emerging business, arts, and cultural district of Vliet Street in Milwaukee’s Washington Heights neighborhood. “We’re excited about adding value and being part of the community”, said Dan Jambura, new owner of the building. “Comprehensive updates inspired by the area have been made since the May purchase to meet the needs of our tenants.”
Private Work Studios in a Collegial Space
Embracing the changing way work is accomplished, the mission of WHCW is to advance a supportive co-working haven for independent creative talent; remote and self-employed gig entrepreneurs pursuing individual objectives in a vibrant and complementary environment. Unlike “bullpen” co-working arrangements, WHCW offers only dedicated, private studio/offices reasonably priced. The recording company Silver City Studios serves as anchor tenant, relocating from the neighborhood of the same name, and will occupy the over 1000 square foot “Studio A”. The four remaining private studio/offices are priced at $350 or $400 per month with renewable short-term leases…unfurnished for personal customization.
Common Resources, Uncommon Gain
WHCW believes that the remote and self-employed professional needs a private place to think, create, and keep their work stuff as the distractions of the home or coffee shop don’t always allow best efforts. We also believe that those who enjoy doing their own thing appreciate and benefit from collaboration and human interaction. WHCW fosters this environment with private space and common resources including a waiting area, conference table, lavatory, kitchenette (refrigerator, coffee, microwave), and outdoor patio. Convenient parking, business mailing address, internet and utilities are also included.
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