It’s been about a month since we announced the launch of Neon Esquire and we’ve been busy ever since! And while we’re holding off just a tiny bit longer to share details on some projects we’re working on, we wanted to give you a little tour of our new digs!
Neon Esquire is based out of The COMN, a creative co-working space nestled in the ever-growing North Loop neighborhood of Minneapolis. The space opened earlier this year by six entrepreneurs with backgrounds in everything from graphic design, apparel design, photography and more. It’s a beautiful place to set up shop with its big open windows, stylish interior and a constant buzz of creative energy from the talented folks we’re working alongside.
One of the founders of The COMN is Lisa Hackwith, owner of Hackwith Design House, who has moved her studio into a corner of the space. It’s fun to see her designs come to life everyday and we have to constantly restrain ourselves from raiding her racks of beautiful clothes.
The COMN is equipped with a kitchen, common meeting spaces, private meeting room, a space for photo shoots - oh, and an impeccably stocked bar cart.
One of the best parts of working in The COMN is that there's always something interesting going on. Whether it's a photo shoot, a happy hour or workshop - it's been pretty fun to be amongst all these creative minds who are making amazing things happen in their respective industries.
By the way, is this not the most Instagram-able place ever? Follow #theCOMN hashtag to check out more photos of the space and keep up with all the happenings taking place.
All photos by Tara Murphy © 2011-2015 unless otherwise noted.