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Phoenixville coworking space moves, rebrands as Dream Factory

Skylight Coworking founder Shannan Coghlan Reiss moved to Paris, but the space's members still wanted a place to work, said Patrick Dobslaw, who is running the Dream Factory alongside his nonprofit Life Unchained.

Inside the Dream Factory, a coworking space in Phoenixville.

Skylight Coworking, the Phoenixville coworking space that opened one year ago, has a new home and identity. Meet the Dream Factory.

Skylight Coworking founder Shannan Coghlan Reiss moved to Paris, but the space’s members still wanted a place to work, said Patrick Dobslaw, who is running the Dream Factory alongside his mentoring nonprofit Life Unchained. The new space is bigger than the old at 2,650 square feet, Dobslaw said, and has eight members right now, including a writer, an attorney and a photographer.

The space can fit about 20 to 25 coworkers, he said.

Dobslaw, 33, lives in Phoenixville.

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Companies: Skylight Coworking
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