Downtown User’s Guide

Consider this the 411 on working at COCO Minneapolis - Downtown. Please let us know if we've missed any information that your coworkers might benefit from!

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    Getting to COCO

    • Our Address: 400 4th St. South #401, Minneapolis, MN 55415. Enter the Grain Exchange Building at the corner of 4th Avenue and 4th Street. Take the elevator to the 4th floor and enter Suite 401.
    • Light Rail: Government Plaza & Station – 1 block away.
    • Bus: the 3, 7, 16, 50, 94 bus lines run along 4th St. We are also a block over from the Gateway Ramp and Transit Hub, which is a terminal for many urban and suburban bus lines. (See Metro Transit’s exhaustive list of nearby transit services)
    • Bike:  We love bikes at COCO! We even have a (limited) amount of bike parking, so go ahead and bring your bike up for safekeeping. If you plan to bike in frequently, please reserve a spot in the *free* MGEX Bike Room (contact realestate@mgex.com to reserve your key).



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    Where to park

    If you’re looking for a bargain:

    • The Gateway Ramp is the official parking ramp of COCO with special contract rates (limited availability) and a $5/day validation rate for COCO members & guests.
    • Contact us to set up a contract. Metered street parking is also available.
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    What to bring

    • A positive attitude!
    • Power supply for your computer and mobile devices
    • Headphones or earbuds (universal coworking symbol for “Do Not Disturb”)
    • Mouse and keyboard, if you use ‘em
    • A monitor (limited storage available for $50/month)
    • Lunch from home (we have a refrigerator, microwave, oven and range) or money for lunch at a nearby eatery.
    • Anything else you’ll need to have a productive day of work!
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    • A full-time Community Manager (catalyst, connector, chief of happiness and productivity)
    • Delicious unlimited coffee and tea (8am-5pm)
    • Wi-Fi – 1 Gb powered by Comcast for Business
    • Basic Printing (black and white, 5 page limit)
    • Unlimited Scanning (straight to your email or flash drive in PDF format)
    • Notary Services
    • Meeting rooms (some have HD TVs for presentations)
    • White boards and dry erase markers
    • Filtered hot and cold water
    • Plates, glasses, utensils, pots, pans
    • Full kitchenette, with refrigerator, microwave, oven and range
    • Free access to Nice Ride bikes

    Not seeing what you’re looking for? Check out this map of useful spots nearby.

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    Where to eat

    Two stops away on the light rail is the West Bank, which offers lots of great pubs and ethnic eateries.