Downtown Raleigh Alliance is bringing Outdoor Office BACK to provide a unique co-working experience for all!
Starting October 12, Union Station Plaza will transform into an outdoor co-working community with dedicated workspaces, free High-Speed Gigabit WiFi from celito.net, and much more!
So grab your laptop and face covering, schedule a meeting, and come work outside at Downtown Raleigh's Free Outdoor Office!
- Attendees are required to reserve a workspace in advance
- Face coverings will be required at all times unless eating or drinking
- Attendance will be limited to 50 people at a time
- Workspaces will be six feet apart
- DRA will provide attendees with access to hand sanitizer and restrooms
- Paid parking can be found along S. West Street, W. Martin Street, and at The Dillon's parking garage.
- In the event of inclement weather, please join us inside Raleigh Union Station.
- Click here to view Downtown Raleigh businesses nearby to support.
- If you have any questions or need to cancel your reservation, please email OutdoorOffice@downtownraleigh.org or call (919) 821-6982
ONE AND TWO-PERSON WORKSPACES
Reserve a one or two-person workspace.
SMALL GROUP TABLES
Reserve a three-person table or a four-person table.
Art Howard Photography
With our partners, we will be providing free unique activities each day of Outdoor Office.
- 45-minute Yoga with Danielle Mayber presented by Raleigh Founded at 4:00 pm
- Snacks provided by SPACES from 2:00-4:00 pm
- WeWorkout with I.B. Fit & Well at 12:00 - 1:00 pm. Register here
- Snacks provided by Industrious 1:00 - 3:00 pm
- Snacks provided by SPACES 2:00 - 4:00 pm
- Tidal Movement with Current Wellness presented by Transfer Company Work Hall from 12:00-1:00 pm, register here
- Free with registration and attendees should bring water and a yoga mat
- Bring your kids to work day with pumpkin painting 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. Register here.
- Live music by Autumn Nicholas from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
- Vote For Your Life chalk art mural launch
- MTV and CBSViacom are launching one of the largest ever coordinated art and activism activations. Bringing together creatives from across the country. This effort will highlight the importance of civic engagement, the opportunity to vote early, and the core issues that drive people to the polls. The artists will use bold, colorful chalk artwork to draw attention to voting early and safely. From the fight for suffrage to today, chalk art has long been used as a tool for communication in times of social movement and change. Chalk is a way to claim ownership of our streets with a visual presence and engage with our community and meet new people.
Transfer Co. Work Hall
Rendering by Clark Nexsen