Welcome to Nashwell Cowork
Join NashwellCo.work now while Adventure Park is under construction. Our current building is merely a placeholder for what’s to come. With another location down the street in our planning process, current members are helping to envision what their coworking space will look like, and lock in awesome rates for extended contracts. We’re grateful for the generous spirit of our neighboring coworking spaces in town, McDougal Coworking and Hub City Workspace, for helping create the buzz around a new way of working in Lubbock. Come play well with others at NashwellCo.work!
Workspace That Grows With You.
Coworking is a rising trend and the strength of the industry is supported by global research. In large population centers like Sydney, Australia where the NashwellCo.work concept was born, market prices drive the industry as the cost of office space is simply prohibitive. United States statistics show that coworking spaces are most successful in cities about the size of Lubbock. Whether you choose to join us for our lower rent, convenient location, greater synergy, or all of these and more, we want to be your space hosts to give you even more reasons to stay and grow with us.
Membership options to suit your needs
Success Stories from our Partners
It’s convenient for me to work close to the medical community in Lubbock. NashwellCo.work is right there next to Covenant Hospital, especially close to the Women and Children’s hospital, and just as conveniently located to University Medical Center (UMC) and the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC).
My marketing consultancy is based in Dallas but I return for periodic client work and to visit family. NashwellCo.work is straight up I-27 from Preston Smith Airport to the Marsha Sharp Freeway and one more exit for Slide Road. If I didn’t stay with family I’d have all those hotel options in the medical district to choose from, too. It’s a great spot for business travelers visiting Lubbock.
The Nashwell Co-work space is nestled in a perfect location between my on-campus and off-campus homes. Its physical location symbolizes the space it occupies in my heart as a middle ground between my academic mind and adventurous spirit. I enjoy the constant stream of like-minded folks that are not always easy to meet in West Texas or anywhere else for that matter. Come join us!