Why GoWork?


Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti's only autonomous coworking space

we offer serious value to everyone.

Open and accessible to all

We aren't your normal coworking space that limits membership to high-profile startups, big businesses, or special types of people. We are here for everyone from all walks of life - sole-proprietor, remote worker, freelancer - you name it. Whether you want to be here for a single day, week, month, or year, you're welcome at GoWork.

Becoming a member is simple and easy with a process that takes only 5 minutes from start to finish - all online. Once we confirm you, your bluetooth-enabled smartphone will give you access to open the door and get into GoWork.

24/7 Workspace

Located in downtown Ypsilanti, our space offers both open and private space. Our aim is to create an environment that prioritizes comfort and focus over all. Whether you are a professional, nomad entrepreneur, student or creative, we truly believe that GoWork will be your best place to get work done.  


Expect the usual drinks and snacks, as well as printing, private lockers, and mailboxes. We have both traditional seated desks and more relaxed areas when you want to move around, Sometimes you want to sit in a more lounge-like arrangement, sometimes you want to stand a bit higher on a perch; we have both for you.

We're Hosting An Art Exhibit!


Art at GoWork

Friday, Jan 5

Friends of GoWork, we are super excited for this one. We have partnered with local artist, Morgan Burgard, to share with you her talents. 

Starting Jan 1, her work will be on display inside GoWork as we lead up to our event on Friday, Jan 5, from 6-830p.

Celebrate the new year by coming to an art exhibition filled with color, art, and more! FREE admission! Anyone and everyone is welcome!

Come see the original work of local artist Morgan Burgard (www.instagram.com/morganburgardart). With a variety of colors and abstract creations, there is something for everyone to see. Smaller prints available for purchase. Morgan hopes to share her passion for art and see you there! 

All inside of downtown Ypsilanti's newest coworking space, GoWork (www.goworkcowork.com). GoWork offers both open and private space for yourself or your business. GoWork's aim is to create an environment that prioritizes comfort and community overall.

Note: We love to host local artists in our community. If you have something you want to share to our community, please send us a message. 

Food Drive

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We are excited to support Food Gatherers throughout the month of November. Food Gatherers exists to alleviate hunger and eliminate its causes in our community. Food security is a major issue facing over 50,000 residents of Washtenaw County. 

Food Gatherers serves 150 non-profit agencies and programs providing direct food assistance in the form of hot meals, nutritious snacks or emergency groceries to low-income adults, seniors and children in Washtenaw County.

Food Gatherers provides their agency partners with:

-       Mostly free (70%) and low cost food

-       Capacity building grants

-       Training to register eligible clients for federal and state benefit programs 

-       Customized food safety training by licensed food safety professionals on our staff

Food Gatherers provides direct service through their Community Kitchen and Job Training Program:

-       1,500 volunteers prepare and serve 100,000 meals to people in need each year

-       Students of the Job Training and Internship programs are chosen from at-risk youth (ages 16-20). They gain basic training in the culinary arts, and work to develop work ethics and life skills

Please bring a non-perishable food donation the next time you visit GoWork or head to our donation campaign page and make a tax-deductible donation to help keep the wheels in motion against fighting food insecurity in Washtenaw County: foodgatherers.org/gowork.

Your donations will help the 1 in 7 Washtenaw County residents that struggle with access to enough food for an active, healthy life. A $50 donation provides a family of five with food for 5 to 10 days. Visit foodgatherers.org to learn more.