Silicon Valley in San Jose, CA. Silicon Alley in New York City, NY. The Triangle in North Carolina. Where’s the next big idea going to come from?
Why not Downtown Arlington, TX?
Anchored by research powerhouse University of Texas at Arlington, Downtown Arlington is fast becoming a hot spot for budding start-ups. Within its 400-acre radius, Downtown is home to the Start-up Lounge at UTA, maker spaces in the new Downtown Library, and three coworking enterprises. These enterprises include PinnStation Coworking, CenterSpace Coworking and Union Worx Coworking.
You’re invited to get an inside look into Downtown Arlington's vibrant ecosystem for small businesses and entrepreneurs at the first-ever Downtown Arlington Startup Crawl on Thursday, October 18 from 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
An official DAMC Pop-Up! Partner event, the Startup Crawl also provides an opportunity for entrepreneurs to meet and network with each other over beverages and food at every location.
The Arlington Trolley will pick up and drop off throughout the evening. Feel free to park at any of the five participating locations, then hop on and off the trolley to go from place to place for this open house-style party. All for only $10!
Visit downtownarlington.org/startupcrawl to register for the Downtown Arlington Startup Crawl.
Parking and Getting Around Downtown
Parking is free throughout Downtown Arlington (unless specified)! Track #myAbram and visit myAbram.com for the latest information about traffic routing, temporary parking and construction milestones along Abram St. Download Waze for free and see real-time traffic, find optimal routes and avoid road closures, or leave your car at home and hail Via Arlington Ride Share for only $3.
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About Downtown Arlington
Designated by the State of Texas as the Arlington Cultural District, Downtown Arlington blends a unique mix of activities, sights, tastes and sounds that attract visitors and locals alike. Within its less than a two-mile radius, Downtown is home to a top tier public research university, prolific fine and performing artists and arts institutions, live entertainment, exciting NCAA and professional athletics, one-of-a-kind dining and retail, and a supportive business climate.