Project Y Cowork Los Alamos The 2,400 square-foot open floor plan accommodates open seating and dedicated desks, a kitchen, semi-private cubicles, lounge areas and a conference room, and is intended to foster a dynamic, collaborative work environment that harnesses the collective energy of those working and sharing ideas in the space. “projectY,” once the code name for Los Alamos National Laboratory, pays homage to the Manhattan Project-era with its décor; some of the furniture and decorations were donated by the former “Manhattan” TV show production that filmed in Santa Fe for two seasons.
Flexible pricing options include non-member $10/day passes and punchcards, monthly occasional-use memberships that include 5-day and 14-day options, $199/month open seating $299/month dedicated desks for full-time members with 24/7 access Custom packages are also available for corporate events and meetings. Memberships include utilities, free admission to all programming and events, high-speed (200 mbps), secure WiFi, basic office supplies and printing, as well as coffee, tea and snacks. The space is also BYOB-friendly.
The coworking space is an initiative between Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation, Los Alamos County, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Feynman Center for Innovation and Community Relations and Partnerships Office, and Central Park Square owner Philip Kunsberg.
Coder Dojo @ Los Alamos Makers Space Teens age 13 and up are welcome to join CoderDojo where you can learn to code, build a website, create an app or a game, and explore technology in an informal. creative, and social environment. YOU choose the projects: Create websites, write games, generate computer music and more. MENTORS are there to help and support.