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The Hub Community

Co-working spaces are a relatively new solution to the problem of rising real estate prices in large metropolitan areas. The Hub is a similar solution catering to professionals in Bastrop and surrounding rural areas. Plan your calendar, conduct business, send emails, reserve one of the two private rooms, and walk to any of the nearby eateries downtown for your lunch break.


Our historical building is located in the heart of downtown Bastrop, where our members have the opportunity to support local businesses and participate in their community. 

The wi-fi is the fastest available, the furniture is comfortable, and the outlets are plentiful.  Come plug in!


Join Today

We don't sell a product, we sell a location in the form of daily, weekly or monthly memberships with no contracts. We cater to professionals who desire a more comfortable and focused atmosphere. Whether you're in town for just a few days or you work remotely and need a permanent work space, we have flexible memberships to suit your needs.  Memberships include bottomless coffee and spring water, as well as access to a wireless printer and basic office supplies.


DAILY MEMBERSHIP - $20/day ($15/day for 2+ days)

- access 6AM-9PM Monday through Friday

- must be used on the same day it is purchased


-  7 consecutive days including weekends

-  24/7 access



- access 24/7

- add up to 3 family members (ages 16+) for $30/each



Fantastic co-work space. Plenty of seating, plugs, and fast wifi....Owner is super nice. Thanks to this gem I've given up my daily commute into Austin. I also enjoy the hot and cold drinks they offer.


This place is awesome! You can read, chill, have coffee, socialize, it’s clean, comfortable... it’s a great place to be.


Excellent co-working space in Bastrop. 


Fast internet, plenty of seating, and plugs.

Owners are super nice, would highly recommend.


 It is quiet, beautiful, peaceful and smells like fresh roasted espresso.


I am in heaven!

Prokop Building

circa 1942