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Tired of working in your PJs? You should try coworking at Vessel.

POSTED BY prbythebook ON March 13, 2018

Austin is a huge city with an equally huge population. Shockingly, a survey taken in 2016 shows that 8.2 percent of workers in Austin telecommute (it’s #1 city for telecommuters in the country!). That means that about 44,485 people are working remotely in Austin.

Working remotely comes with many benefits: no commute time, comfortable clothing, easy access to all the luxuries in your home, and a flexible schedule. However, there can be downsides to working from home: a lack of community, few face-to-face interactions, overworking, or feeling like you’re confined to your office.

Luckily, Vessel Coworking has the benefits and solutions to make remote work feel like home without actually being at home!








Vessel Coworking is conveniently located off I-35 near 183 and offers amenities such as:

  • Private phone booths
  • High-speed internet
  • 24/7 secured access for members
  • Spacious wood desks
  • Cuvee Black/Blue Cold Brew on tap
  • Hot coffee on drip
  • Slack channel
  • Conference room with TV
  • Snacks
  • Free parking

Vessel Coworking strives to be a space for anyone and everyone, from social organizations to business entrepreneurs. For the more structured worker, you can opt for a place in the general area or a dedicated desk. Vessel has a kitchen, standing and seated desks, a conference room, and two “phone booth” rooms that are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

It’s a convenient place to hold meetings or to work individually in a room full of quiet, dedicated people. We at PR by the Book use it for our monthly team meetings and most weeks, you can find one of our campaign managers there, working hard promoting our authors.

This coworking space affords quite a bit of flexibility with deals on daily punch cards and weekly memberships with plans that range from day passes to a 24/7 dedicated desk. The first day of coworking is free. Memberships ranging from $65-$350 per month with full-time members having 24/7 access to the space. Email for tours or more information.



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