The proliferation of coworking spaces, like WeWork and The Yard, has reshaped modern corporate culture in the past decade. Mainstream companies have embraced the obvious benefits of sharing infrastructure and costs, along with working near fellow entrepreneurs who are navigating the same business challenges. It’s a networking dream to meet other professionals, combine resources and brainstorm with industry solutions. However, not all exciting and burgeoning industries may stand to benefit from joining the coworking movement. For cannabis entrepreneurs that are navigating a slew of unique regulatory and logistical challenges, a co-location space that offers niche industry solutions with like-minded peers may be a new alternative investment.