Collaborative Campus strategy program

Get help making the big decisions.

Every shared space is a little bit diff­erent, but they all thrive for the same reasons.

We'll work with your team to implement proven best practices that will guide you to a successful project.

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Building a better economy starts by gathering people.




We'll learn everything we can about your project, from your own involvement and intentions to the overall story of your city, the various stakeholders, and the spaces you might be interested in.

We'll conduct in-depth interviews with your team and review any existing documents you have to share.


Business model development

To build a successful space, we need to know that success is possible! We'll work with your team to discuss all of the proven potential business models, and put you on track to refine your approach down to one.


Strategy roadmapping

Drawing from our extensive collection of templates and worksheets, we'll craft a plan that takes you from the present day through 90 days past launch.


Adjust and refine

As you develop your project, you'll get more information. We'll work with you to use that information to make adjustments and continue to focus in on the best possible approach.


Downtown ProjectLas Vegas, NV

Worked with Tony Hsieh's team to develop the city-wide community development plan for the downtown revitalization project.

vi Hub at Bell WorksHolmdel, NJ

Part of a major redevelopment of the “metroburb” 2,000,000 square-foot multi-use Bell Labs campus.

Hive at 55New York City

Worked with the Downtown Alliance to develop the first coworking space built by a business improvement district.

312 MainVancouver

Turning a 100,000 square foot former police station into a multi-purpose community center.


Tony Bacigalupo runs New Work Cities, an organization dedicated to supporting organizers building better communities for independent workers everywhere.

The New Work Cities network includes over 35 coworking spaces in cities all over the world.

Tony's experience started when he led the charge to build and operate Manhattan's first dedicated coworking space, called New Work City.

Tony is also a director at Open Coworking, a nonprofit that advocates for coworking worldwide. An avid organizer, Tony has been working on the development of coworking communities and support ecosystems for the new workforce since 2007.

Tony also has authored one book and co-authored another (No More Sink Full of Mugs: Lighten your workload, increase participation, and build better culture in your coworking space and I'm Outta Here: How coworking is making the office obsolete), and has spoken at various events around the world including SXSW, the Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC), Coworking Europe Conference, Coworking Australia Conference, Maker Faire, and more.


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