Enriching our community
October First Friday
Randy Ritnour and Thom Walla from Takamo Universe. Science Fiction Artist Isaiah McVay. An Update From MakeShift. And, of course, food, drinks and time to socialize!
Join us in November on Friday the 13th for our annual martini contest. This year’s theme is “Superstition.”
We open up the Flats for a warm and toasty holiday open house. Live music, drinks, and photos with Santa!
The Flats are where it's at.
ISoft Data Systems
A little space, or a lot- we've got you covered
A nonprofit, entrepreneurial cooperative that supports and promotes Lincoln's ideas community.
Turbine Flats mission is to create a robust, self-sustaining, collaborative environment for small and start-up businesses to bring their products and ideas to market. Our community will provide a first home for entrepreneurs and help them focus on their business rather than be consumed with basic real estate issues that could otherwise detract from the crucial idea development stage. Additionally Turbine Flats provides basic business services such as high speed Internet access, office infrastructure, a collaborative environment with other entrepreneurs and a feeling of excitement and growth.
An Ideas Community
The Turbine Flats Project provides a well rounded set of basic business services that will help guide entrepreneurs past many of the pitfalls to starting their business. High-speed Internet access, photocopying and a library of technical resources, the Idea Community helps ensure that the businesses have everything they need to plan and implement their strategies effectively.
Lincoln has often been faulted for trying to be Omaha, Kansas City, or some other Metropolis while still fighting to stay small. Turbine Flats works to make Lincoln into nothing other than the "Next Lincoln." We believe that there are a great number of resources, a healthy amount of pride, and some good-old-fashioned Nebraska ingenuity in our city. Our responsibility is to bring that all under one roof to enable, encourage, and ensure the success of tomorrow's Lincoln businesses.