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Special Holiday Events at Hunt Street Station

Special Holiday Events at Hunt Street Station

The weather may just have turned, but we’re already thinking about making the holidays special at Hunt Street Station! This year, we’re proud to once again host the Hunt Street Station Giving Tree, but we’re also very excited to announce our Christkindl Market! Read...

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We Planted Some Trees!

We Planted Some Trees!

Sometimes you just need to get outside and play in the dirt! Supporting the local community is one of Hunt Street Station’s core values. We regularly schedule clean up days and other volunteer opportunities to help contribute to the surrounding neighborhood. Last...

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Establishing Great Work Routines

Establishing Great Work Routines

Fall is a great time to get back to routines. After the chaotic fun of summer, full of impromptu road trips, weekends up north, and evenings with friends, cooler evenings and longer shadows seem to call for a more orderly pace. Routines help us in many ways, from...

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Choosing The Right Coworking Space

Choosing The Right Coworking Space

Experiencing tremendous growth over the last several years, the coworking industry, especially in Detroit, leaves entrepreneurs, non-profits, and small businesses spoiled for choice. The process of choosing the right coworking space can actually be a little daunting,...

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What Is Coworking?

What Is Coworking?

To many, this is a new idea, still foreign to the world of business. To others, it has been here for a while and is finally getting the recognition that is warranted. For me, I am somewhere in-between. I learned about the idea of coworking about five years ago when a...

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A Reflection During Pride Month

A Reflection During Pride Month

Written by Holly Wickham When I see the rainbow window displays at corporate banks, I wonder if those same places would have denied my partner health benefits just 6 years ago before the marriage equality act. This doubt comes from a place of fear and survival...

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Are You Starting A Business After COVID?

Are You Starting A Business After COVID?

There is much to be mourned about the effects of COVID. But just as a forest fire gives new seedlings light and space to grow, so does an economic downturn provide space and opportunity for new businesses to make their mark. As the vaccinated world reopens, and people...

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Earth Day At Hunt Street

Earth Day At Hunt Street

This week we’re celebrating Earth Day. And since it’s the place we all call home, we think everyone should celebrate it! To that end, we’ve created a list of 6 ways you can join in to celebrate, improve, and protect our planet. Hunt Street Stations has done all these...

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Celebrating Women at Hunt Street Station

Celebrating Women at Hunt Street Station

March is Women’s History month and March 8th is International Women’s Day. To celebrate, we’re dedicating this month’s blog post to all the incredible women out there making a difference in the world and all the entrepreneurial women at Hunt Street Station blazing...

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Hunt Street Station Black History Month

Hunt Street Station Black History Month

Black History at Hunt Street Station We wanted to take a moment to share a black story with our readers involving Hunt Street Station. This is a story of a police officer named Ben Turpin, the historic 3rd police precinct's first-ever black police officer. There isn't...

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