It's called the Reno Collective. It's a new approach to help small businesses help each other.
"We have memberships, and then most work in the open space of the house," says Don Morrison of the Reno Collective. "And when people are all working upstairs it's really a sharing of ideas. Yes, we have printers and copy machines. Yes, we have wi-fi. Yes, we have a kitchen with snacks and coffee but it's really about the people."
And the group is diverse. A photographer who shoots on location and does editing and his books here, interactive media folks and a lot of web designers and technology-based businesses.
"I live just around the corner but I like to get out and see other people so I come here," says Sean Williams.
"It's about being around people for me too," says photographer David Calvert.
They have about 40 members right now, paying between $29 and $150 a month depending on how much time they spend here.
The Reno Collective also offers workshops and video lectures and even acoustic concerts on Fridays. And they hope to see it continue to grow.