• Deskpass Gives Access to a Giant Co-Working Network

     
    FROM THE Spring 2016 ISSUE
     

If your work office is too noisy or your home office is in too much disarray to actually get anything done, there’s an app for that. It’s called Deskpass, from a Chicagobased company called Desktime, and it offers a subscription platform providing an online directory of 25 co-working spaces you can reserve with the tap of a button.

For $199 a month you can have a different workspace every day, or for $99 you can reserve a new space eight days out of the month.

“[Each] commits to giving you a desk, Internet and some coffee. Past that, every space is different,” says Sam Rosen, Deskpass founder. One is located inside a climbing gym. Another, called Nextspace, has phone booths. Locations are currently available in River North, West Loop, Central Loop, Lakeview, Gold Coast/ Old Town, Wicker Park, Logan Square, Ravenswood, Wilmette, Glenview and Gurnee, and new locations are in the works.

To say Wisconsin is having a moment would be an understatement. A statewide renaissance resulting in plenty of new developments, impressive renovations and entrepreneurial ventures has been years in the making and shows no sign of slowing anytime soon.

 

Looking for a unique meeting scene that offers big city amenities yet boasts affordability and convenience throughout? Chicago Southland is a unique, eclectic locale, housing diverse options for meetings and events. From state-of-the-art expo centers to trendy restaurants to revitalized warehouse buildings teeming with character, Chicago Southland offers a unique option for events of all types.

 

INGREDIENTS:
—3 oz. dry sparkling rosé
—1.5 oz. Ramazzotti Aperitivo Rosato
—.5 oz. Batavia Arrack (or Blanc Rhum Agricole)
—1 oz. tonic water

DIRECTIONS:
Combine ingredients in a wine glass, add ice and enjoy!