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Video walk-through of the new IndyHall coworking facility

Don’t mind the mess at IndyHall. On Friday, May 1, co-founders Alex Hillman and Geoff DiMasi moved the dedicated coworking community into a spacious new office on Third and Church in Old City. There are still a few more screws to tighten, that’s for sure. But while it might not be ready for white-glove treatment, […]

A crew of Independents Hall workers constructing the new coworking facility before it opened. Photo courtesy of Alex Hillman.

A crew of Independents Hall workers constructing the new coworking facility before it opened. Photo courtesy of Alex Hillman.

A crew of Independents Hall workers constructing the new coworking facility before it opened. Photo courtesy of Alex Hillman.


Don’t mind the mess at IndyHall.
On Friday, May 1, co-founders Alex Hillman and Geoff DiMasi moved the dedicated coworking community into a spacious new office on Third and Church in Old City.
There are still a few more screws to tighten, that’s for sure. But while it might not be ready for white-glove treatment, you gotta give ’em props for pulling off a complicated move in little more than a month.
Since announcing their decision to move from Strawberry Street, members have increased significantly, the community launched and sold out its first class as part of an education initiative planned for the old location, and everyone involved surely has some stories to tell.
We stopped by IndyHall on Friday to see how the move is going and toured the new spot-on video after the jump.
A special thanks to Drew Lazor of Philadelphia City Paper in assisting with this video. Be sure to check out Drew’s coverage of the IndyHall walk-thru at the Clog.

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