Growth and Flair

When the world goes to pot, one thing you can count on is your friendly neighborhood coworking space. We are excited to be at the forefront of finding fabulous people who are growing (or ready to grow) and adding their flair to the local economy.

The only thing missing is you 😉


Having community is the key to continued growth and feeling supported in your work. We love our community and can't wait to welcome you!


Where you work matters. How the space feels matters. We get that. That's why we strive to maintain a sensory friendly space with lots of options.


The coffee is really why we show up! It is locally sourced from around town. The fully stocked cafe offers a gathering place for community members to break and chat.


We like coffee, books, and podcasts...

And that's just the beginning. When you become a member of the CoWork you will be part of the foundation we are building to create an economic impact on Main St and the surrounding areas. Each one of us has something to bring to the table and that includes you!

Things to read...

3 Year Anniversary in Coworking

Confessions and 3 Year Anniversary in Coworking in Butler

It’s been three years since I bought ConnectWork on Main, Butler’s coworking space. If you want more on that story, be sure to listen to the podcast below. This isn’t going to be a woe-is-me post, I love being a coworking space owner. I want to share how we are moving forward, stimulating economic growth…

Get to Know Amberlyn Roush, Registered Nurse

Get to Know Amberlyn Roush, Registered Nurse in Butler

Co-working spaces, no matter where they’re located in the world, are only as good as their members. We know how important it is to bring people together and share their awesomeness. That’s why we like to do these Get to Know Our Members posts. Today we’d like to introduce you to Amberlyn Roush, a registered…

How to Level Up Your Skills and Be Better Prepared for Remote Work in Western PA

It’s no secret that the way we work is changing. With so many businesses going remote, it’s more important than ever to make sure you have the skills you need to be successful in a remote work environment. Here are some skills you might need to be a good remote worker. You don’t have to…

“Having the cowork to go to a few times a month is a great option for me to step away from the distractions… and meet other like-minded people, network and make friends.”

Lauryn Halahurich, Those in Motion