Technically Philly interviews Aliza Torok Schlabach about her plans for a suburban coworking space where parents can bring their children and get their work done.
Even without the final space nailed down, she has a pretty clear vision in mind of a two-room or two-story space where adults can cowork in one room and kids can play interactive games with top-notch child caretakers in the next.
“I really want to make it less of a daycare and more of an exploratory environment like the Please Touch Museum, so I’m thinking of hiring some set designers and making a little mini village,” said Schlabach. “I’d have something like 3,000 square feet for the kids and really make it a cool place where the kids are asking their parents to bring them.”
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