Cowork community in downtown Kansas City & Chicago


Crossroads small business incubator expands, adds clothing designer

JavaPort and OfficePort KC The Crossroads’ new OfficePort KC — a low-budget, high-speed office incubator— has been so successful it’s expanded. The new JavaPort opens at 6 p.m. Thursday in the east side of the building at 208 W. 19th St. For $125 a month, tenants get entry to the 6,000-foot-space, free Roasterie coffee, high-speed […]

JavaPort brews entrepreneurial aroma

Shaul Jolles says he wants his subscription coffee shop to be a meeting place for budding entrepreneurs.

OfficePort KC in Standard Social

Office Port: Crossroads Art District | Author: Matt Baldwin | Category: Lifestyle Crossroads District has become a hub not only for up-and-coming artists, but original business concepts. On the top of the list of most creative opportunities in the heart of Crossroads is Office Port. Office Port, the brainchild of Shaul Jolles, opened on February […]

OfficePort KC- KCADC aims at innovation

From Kansas City Business Journal A 15-member coalition of Kansas City-area business, education and nonprofit interests on Thursday kicked off what it’s calling the Year of Innovation, which will highlight the region’s entrepreneurial assets to spur economic development. “The only sure way to move the economy forward is through innovation,” said Bob Marcusse, president and […]

OfficePort’s Tenant in NY Times. Again…

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OfficePort begins adding tenants

The Kansas City Business Journal recently wrote up our operations. About three weeks from its birth, OfficePort — which charges $400 a month for a fully prepared workspace, no lease required — has hit a growth spurt. The incubator holds nine companies. Based on the interest, developers Shaul Jolles and Mike Edmondson have stretched the […]

KC Office Port an Avid technology showcase

OfficePort has partnered with Avid Communications to provide tenants with high-end network and telecommunications infrastructure. Avid  is using the center as a showcase for its telecommunications and Internet services. Tenants of the center have access to services that would cost thousands in other locations. As they grow, their services grow with them, to any size […]