You have many options for co-working in Las Vegas. So what makes our approach different?
First of all, at Co-Operate on Main your space is yours. No free-for-alls or morning scramble required – your stress ball and coffee mug will be right where you left them, in the same desk you use every day. And we think you shouldn’t be charged an arm and a leg for the privilege.
And about that space? It’s open, stylish, and professional enough to meet with clients while comfortable enough to get things done with your team – or solo. There’s no revolving door of mentors. Just a welcoming ambience and an environment that provides connection, engagement and collaboration.
As our name suggests, we believe strongly in the power of co-operation and network effects. When new members of the community come on board, it makes it easier for all of us to connect and grow our businesses. And the companies who work with us bring value to the table – an integral part of helping our community thrive and grow.
Meet The Co-Operate On Team
Quentin serves on the board of the proposed Contemporary Art Museum and is the commissioner for the Downtown Design Review Committee (DDRC). He has been a member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Las Vegas chapter since 2006. He is also an allied member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Nevada and has been a board member and active fundraiser for the Teach for America Las Vegas chapter since 2005.
In his spare time, you’ll find Quentin out in nature running, mountain biking and traveling, as well as enjoying art and architecture.
Nicole Mastrangelo is the community manager at Co-Operate on Main. An entrepreneur focused on connections and community, her lifelong presence in Las Vegas has allowed her to bring a unique perspective to development roles with the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, Nevada Public Radio, The Shade Tree, United Way of Southern Nevada and the Nevada Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
As the former day-to-day operations manager at Work In Progress, a co-working space that accommodates startups and entrepreneurs, Nicole built a rich experience in startup culture and communities. In 2014, Nicole teamed up with Quentin Abramo to launch their own brand of co-working spaces supporting businesses of all sizes.
Nicole was named one of “2012’s Rising Stars of Business” by Las Vegas Business Press as well as Las Vegas Woman Magazine’s “25 Elite.”
In her spare time, Nicole serves the community as a member on the downtown Las Vegas’ Arts District (formally 18b) board along with mentoring students in the Nevada’s DECA program.