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Hey, remote workers: See inside The Malin Wedgewood Houston

The Malin’s first Nashville location offers 16,000 sqft of mixed seating to accommodate various work styles.

Two coworking tables surrounded by chairs with multiple light fixtures above

The Malin features a variety of communal seating options. | Photo by NASHtoday

If you’re looking to shake up the work-from-home (or coffee shop) routine, there’s a new coworking option on the scene. Enter: The Malin Wedgewood Houston.

The new 16,000-sqft coworking facility is housed on the second floor of Nashville Warehouse Co. — located at the corner of 4th Avenue South and Chestnut Street. This is The Malin’s first location outside of New York City and is the company’s largest space overall.

Three rows of desks with dividers

The Malin’s 48 custom-built desks provide built-in power and lockable storage. | Photo by NASHtoday

Working there

Members will have access to amenities like library space for silent work, soundproof phone booths, and complimentary printing. Here are the membership options:

  • Day Pass, $50 per day — Access to communal workspace and onsite amenities
  • Access, $395 per month — Use of the communal workspace, plus access to all onsite amenities and member perks
  • Dedicated Desk, $725 per month — Your own desk with built-in power and lockable storage (includes after-hours entry)
  • Private office — upon request

The Malin also offers bookable spaces that vary in size and price. These areas, which are available to both members and non-members, include two libraries, one board room, a listening room/podcast studio, a screening space, and three traditional meeting rooms.

A room set up with a conference table and chairs and other lounge seating

The Merritt Library features a 10-person conference table, plus lounge seating for 18. | Photo by NASHtoday

Things to know

  • Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Location: 1131 4th Ave. S. #230
  • Parking: You can park in the building’s garage (rates vary) or in nearby lots. Pro tip: Avoid parking and take the bus — use WeGo Transit’s trip planner to route your journey.
  • Tours: Check out the space by requesting a tour.

Stay tuned — The Malin plans to open a 12,000-sqft location in Paseo South Gulch’s Bill Voorhees Building.

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