November 25, 2020 Workhub at Roslindale Substation Opens Coworking Space and Gallery
If you’re looking for a quiet place to work with a lot of flexibility, the new Workhub at the Substation is now open!
Workhub, a new co-working space in Roslindale Village, occupies the lower level of the historic Roslindale Substation, completes the redevelopment of the building worked on jointly by Historic Boston Inc. and Roslindale Village Main Street for almost two decades.
Workhub’s decor incorporates many original elements of the building, including the prominent display of the historic building’s copper clad doors and original light fixtures. Workhub also introduces the Workhub Gallery, located in the broad hallway of Workhub. It is open to the public and features the work of local artists.
“The Substation building is a community asset, and the public is encouraged to be a part of it, explained Workhub founder Adam Rogoff. “With Turtle Swamp’s beer garden on the upper level, and Workhub on the lower level, the Substation has become a de facto community center. It remains safe and open – a place to feel a sense of community and connection, even during the pandemic.”
Workhub has a comprehensive covid readiness plan that offers a safe workspace in Roslindale Village. There is also a separate entrance to the Workhub Gallery, ensuring that safety protocols and social distancing extend throughout Workhub’s entire space.
Currently on display in the Workhub Gallery is the work of Roslindale artist, Mary McCusker, whose project visually represents the lives lost to covid-19 and a way to process the vast and rapid shifts in our daily lives since the onset of the pandemic.
Workhub has a mix of private offices, general desks and soft seating areas. Flexible membership and day pass options accommodate today’s unique work, school, and entrepreneurial needs in a space that upholds high standards of safety, including upgraded air filtration and private offices.
Learn more and book your workspace at www.workhubsubstation.com.