The North Loop, a once largely deserted, neglected part of Minneapolis, is now one of the city’s most bustling and vibrant neighborhoods. Also known as the Warehouse District, the area has a variety of trendy restaurants, cool bars, and boutique shops, many of which sit within converted warehouses from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The neighborhood — recognized for its hip start-up vibe and views of the Minneapolis skyline from walking paths along the Mississippi Riverfront — is also home to Industrious North Loop, a shared workplace provider in T3, the first major multi-story office building in the country to be constructed of wood in the last 100 years. Inside, you’ll find private offices and suites to accommodate individuals and small teams, as well as a range of on-site amenities including daily craft coffee, unlimited color printing, and fast, secure Wi-Fi.

Common areas are filled with greenery and provide convenient spaces for a quick meeting or lunch break.
Details like illuminated wood ceilings and sleek light fixtures add warmth to the space.
This spacious, informal meeting room is perfect for small team huddles.
Members can hold meetings or brainstorms in conference rooms of various sizes.
Industrious’ temperature-controlled wellness rooms are equipped for working mothers’ feeding and pumping needs.