New York-native coworking operator The Malin expands its footprint with its first location outside of New York and its largest one to date. Situated in Nashville, The Malin Wedgewood-Houston is a thoughtfully designed 16,000-square-foot coworking space, comprised of 48 dedicated desks, seven private offices, five meeting rooms and two libraries.

The Malin’s expansion comes after the operator made its mark in the Big Apple with three popular locations, in Soho, Williamsburg and West Village. A second Nashville space, The Malin’s Paseo South Gulch location is planned to open soon and span 12,000 square feet of space in the Bill VoorHees Building.

The Malin Wedgewood-Houston space boasts a post-industrial feel due to its wooden beams, cement flooring, custom-built woodwork, eclectic furnishing and abundance of natural light. Members of this space get plenty of personalized services and tailored amenities, like management and concierge-level assistance, a kitchen, open concept workspace, private booths and printing, among others.

Moreover, members of The Malin Wedgewood-Houston get access to special discounts and exciting perks at local hotspots and can organize events in the Nashville Warehouse Co.’s Outfield, an acre of community park space, that also benefits from on-site parking and a fitness center.

Ciaran McGuigan, The Malin’s CEO, said that The Malin Wedgewood-Houston is “by far our most brilliant workspace to date”. She also added “We’re in the hospitality business, so we carefully tailor each location of The Malin to fit the needs of the neighborhood and professional community. Not only are we providing the highest level of hospitality, but we’re doing it in a refined and beautiful space that contributes to a productive workflow.”

Chosen for its bustling economic and cultural scene, Nashville was a prime spot for The Malin, also due to its accessible location that puts it between New York and Los Angeles, the two main business and entertainment markets of the country.


Laura Pop-Badiu is a creative writer at CoworkingCafe and CoworkingMag, with a degree in Journalism and a background in both hospitality and real estate. Laura is a certified bookworm with a genuine passion for the written word and a keen interest in the coworking sector. Her work has been featured in major publications like Forbes, NBC News, The Business Journals, Chicago Tribune, MSN and Yahoo! Finance, among others.

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