Indy Hall expansion update: photos of construction progress for Old City coworking staple - Technical.ly Philly

May. 14, 2012 9:30 am

Indy Hall expansion update: photos of construction progress for Old City coworking staple

Coworking staple Indy Hall announced in March it was expanding into the street-level storefront of its Old City building. Just over a month later, it looks like they’ve made quick work of changes to the original second-floor coworking space. In addition to other alterations, primarily co-founders Alex Hillman and Geoff Di Masi are leading the […]

Coworking staple Indy Hall announced in March it was expanding into the street-level storefront of its Old City building. Just over a month later, it looks like they’ve made quick work of changes to the original second-floor coworking space.

In addition to other alterations, primarily co-founders Alex Hillman and Geoff Di Masi are leading the addition of a staircase from its current space to the first-floor.

Hillman and Di Masi signed the lease at a playground Foursquare game last month.

Hillman posted a photo gallery of the ongoing construction on the Indy Hall blog.

Below, you can see a hole in the current space where there will be stairs leading down to the expansion. Hillman promises the stairs will be installed May 25.

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There are no direct shots of the downstairs, but Hillman says June 1 is the target date for the opening of new space, so you shouldn’t have to wait long.

We’ll keep you posted.

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Yael Borofsky was the lead reporter for Technically Philly from from December 2011 to June 2012 before leaving to pursue an urban studies graduate degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Previously she was an editor with the Breakthrough Journal in San Francisco. She loves hockey and coffee.

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