Co-working Comes to Bangor 

Wednesday Bangor became a bit more business friendly. Eastern Maine Development Corporation announced the start of a new co-working space in downtown Bangor.

It’s located at Norumbega Hall at 40 Harlow Street. The space will be open to travelling business people, home businesses and freelancers who need a place to work and conduct official business meetings.

“People will come, they will be able to work they don’t necessarily need to rent a space over a long period of time yet they get to interact with a lot of interesting and innovative people who can help them grow their own business and then the resources of EMDC will be here to help them as well,” said Renee Kelly, Director of Economic Development Initiatives & Co-Director of the Foster and Student Innovation Center, University of Maine.

Desks, cubicles and private offices are available to rent on a daily and monthly and extended period. There’s also high-speed internet and printer access.