The place which easily spans over 1500 sq. ft., is a great for freelancers and start-ups to work from and build a strong network throughout the city. The space is the brainchild of Sagar Agarwal is also a small cafe which plans to serve some generic foods like Maggi, nuggets and more. The space is planning to host a number of open-mics, jamming sessions, skill development workshops and much more on a weekly basis.
The space can easily double up as small gallery. Currently, they have a few artists' and photographer's work on display and the work is also available for sale. There's also a wish wall where you can essentially write what you need on a post-it for other members in the co-work to see. So, if you're looking for a photographer for your next venture and someone happens to be one in the space, they can reach out to you if they see your post-it up on the wall.
Our favourite spot was their library stocked with a number books of self-help, fiction, informative books and many other genres. The reading area has a number of bean bag along with cute chairs and sofas too.
The space is available on hourly, weekly and monthly basis. If you happen to be in the area and wish to work from here, you can walk in. Agarwal tells us that he has planned for a weekly socialising event. Where he says that you come alone and leave with a friend.
Currently, Create A Book Cafe has a few artists working out of the space. They also house a boutique in the space that has some really cool garments for women.