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Where Bar Harbor Gets To Work

Your Anchorspace Bar Harbor, located inside the municipal building on Cottage Street in Bar Harbor Maine, can be anything from your occasional meeting spot to your full time office.

Let’s get to work.

Hi I’m Nicole. I opened Anchorspace Bar Harbor in 2015 when I wanted to work outside my house, and meet other people who did the same. Besides providing workspace, we also have a virtual community with members from five states currently and offer professional development workshops, too. 

Our members are both self-employed and remote workers trying to work smarter. If you like quick chats in the break room without passive aggressive notes about cleaning the fridge, coworking might be for you.

In COVID times, Anchorspace is taking your (and our own) safety seriously. Consider Anchorspace as your safe second space to be besides your house, we do! 

What’s here besides awesome office furniture?

You have a desk and the internet at your place. But besides stand-sit desks and ergonomic chairs, we’ve got some stuff you might not. New to Anchorspace Bar Harbor is the photo booth work station included with your monthly membership!

Get some social contact

Meet new friends or just talk to another human being outside your house. 

Maximum bandwidth

Don’t wait for your internet to catch up to your brain. Upload big files, backups, and more.

Maine roasted coffee

We have really good coffee (and tea too) for cozy working, as much as you want.

Learn useful stuff

Our regular professional development workshops get you working smarter.

Phone Booth 

Feel free to duck in when you have some phone calls to make or video conference calls.

We’ve got what you need.

Recording a podcast? Photographing products for your online store? Need a meeting without interruption? We have the tech and space so you can do your thing. 








Don’t take our word for it.

We’ve been making an economic impact on MDI for over five years… and making some cool friends in the process.