Our WiFi is secure. Depending on what kind of security you are looking for, please contact us to get you a more detailed answer. (We have a few firewalls)
Parking in the WIP garage requires a parking pass, and spaces are first-come, first-serve. Spaces in front of the building are short term (1 hour max) parking for guests only. If you do not have a pass or the garage is full, paid street parking is $1 per hour with a $10 daily maximum, and there is … Continued
Guests are welcome to join you for one or two hours if you are working on a shared project; otherwise, they will have to get a Day Pass. Guests are not permitted after business hours. Guests have to be with the accompanying member at all times, they can not stay in the coworking areas without the … Continued
Of course! Our rental rates are by the hour. If you’d like to reserve a room, just head over to our user portal and you can do so right away.
In order to accommodate as many members as possible, we try to limit any changes to the network that may disrupt others. If you have special network requirements please contact us and we’ll see what we can do to accommodate you, but we can’t make any promises.
Our WiFi is powered by fiber broadband. It is super fast and reliable. It’s hard to say the upload/download speed as it does vary throughout the day, but most members experience regular speeds of at least 50mb download and 10mb upload speeds. We broadcast both 2.4 and 5Ghz. The internet speeds are not guaranteed.
There are a ton of great food options around our office, and they’re constantly changing. Here’s a list of our classic staples for DTLV: Walking Distance: Evel Pie – Slice and a beer for $5.The Market – That little corner store has the best chicken salad sandwich we’ve ever had.Cous Cous – Walk up Fremont a … Continued
We are a dog-friendly coworking space. Dogs must be approved by WIP management in advance. If another member is allergic or if any issues arise then we may have to revoke the privilege.
Not anymore. Downtown Project started revitalizing the Downtown Las Vegas area around 2013 and helped build Work in Progress. The business has since been sold and is now operated by a team unaffiliated with the Downtown Project.