An event space housed in a basketball court, complimentary snacks and beverages, billiards and darts may seem more at home in a fraternity house than an office. But those amenities fit right in at coworking space Flywheel, which opened this week at the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.
Flywheel is located in 11,585 square feet of the research park’s 525@vine building. Its flexible, collaborative working space offers a “casual and contemporary” environment for entrepreneurs, independent professionals and innovators to work “on the fly.”
Coworking spaces are flexible, shared offices that provide a place for people to work without the overhead of owning an office.
Flywheel offers short- and long-term memberships with access to work and play areas — such as the basketball court/event space dubbed the “IQ Court” — as well as state-of-the-art conference rooms with teleconference capabilities, mailboxes and other office tools and private phone booths.
“The vision for Flywheel extends far beyond on the space we provide,” said Brad Bennett, Wildfire CEO. “We are creating a knowledge-sharing environment driven by innovation, not just a place for people to work.”
Flywheel is open 24/7.
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