Co-working space HQ Raleigh will be expanding to Greensboro.
Andy Zimmerman of AZ Development announced on Dec. 2 that the organization would grow its operation to one of his buildings on West Lewis Street, next door to Gibb’s Hundred Brewing and the Forge makerspace.
“We want to empower others to create purpose-driven businesses and to leave the world better than they found it,” HQ Raleigh’s website reads. “We envision a future where individuals and companies will take courageous and mindful actions to drive positive change.”
Collab, a co-working space on North Greene Street in downtown Greensboro, opened its doors last month. There is a similar space, Flywheel, in Winston-Salem.
Photos by Amanda Salter.
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