Do North Coworking

North isn't just a sense of place. It's a sense of purpose.

Explore Do North Coworking, an inspiring space with high-speed internet to support the digital technology professionals, creatives, and entrepreneurs of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.

Our 2,000-square-foot coworking space in downtown Lyndonville (in the former Bag Balm factory) provides rentable office facilities for entrepreneurs and remote workers to expand their businesses, network, and collaborate. The initiative aims to help revitalize downtown and strengthen the connection between NVU-Lyndon and the Lyndonville community.

This professional and creative coworking space gives startup founders, remote workers, forward-thinking educators, and community leaders a place to be productive, network, build community, and discover new opportunities.

Do North Coworking offers community-driven programming to engage and inspire the next wave of entrepreneurs in our community. Additionally, NVU's Center for Professional Studies involvement means lots of opportunity for life-long learning. 

Offerings

  • Drop-In Pass - $20/day: Just passing through the Northeast Kingdom and need a place to get some work done for a couple hours? Drop in, find a seat, get caffeinated, and send a couple of emails.
    • Access to space from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.    
    • Free coffee and tea
    • High-speed internet access
  • Full Membership Starting at $100/month: Need a space for multiple days in a week? Want a desk you can call your own? Become a full member.
    • 24/7 access to space
    • Free coffee and tea
    • High-speed internet access
    • Conference room bookings
    • Event Access
  • Conference Room Booking - Starting at $50/hour

Location

Do North Coworking is located at 930 Broad Street, Lyndonville, VT, 05851.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

  • Kingdom Trails
  • Lyndon State College Foundation
  • North Country Federal Credit Union
  • Northeastern Vermont Development Association
  • Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital
  • Northern Counties Health Care
  • Passumpsic Savings Bank
  • United States Department of Agriculture- Rural Development
  • United States Economic Development Association
  • United States Northern Border Regional Commission
  • Vermont Center for Emerging Technology