A Richmond co-working venture has opened its second location in a recently redeveloped building along West Broad Street.
Gather opened this month at 2920 W. Broad St. on the southern border of Scott’s Addition. The co-working space occupies 17,000 square feet in a building it co-owns with High Summit Holdings, an entity controlled by Birck Turnbull of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer and Charles Bice of KB Building Service.
The first Gather opened downtown in 2014 on East Main Street. The company is owned by Urban Core Development’s Andy Beach and Jeff Bunch, Duke Dodson of Dodson Property Management, and Doug and Polly White of Whitestone Partners.
The Scott’s Addition Gather has 70 offices that can be rented out monthly. Gather memberships include access to both the Scott’s Addition and downtown locations. The Broad Street spot shares a building with redeveloped commercial space that will house a forthcoming brewery and hot dog shop.
James Crenshaw, Gather’s managing partner, said about 50 offices have been rented at the Scott’s Addition location. He said companies working out of the new Gather include Wildfire Design, UnBoundRVA, 28 Media, Ticket Spicket and Creekmore Law.
Crenshaw said more Gather locations are in the works.
“We are working on that,” he said. “We want to expand the brand.”
Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified Ticket Spicket as Ticket Stick-it.