About

Some day there will be a coworking space in Bristol, PA for solopreneurs, freelancers, and remote-workers in a variety of fields who thrive on the freedom of independent work, but also love sharing ideas and resources with other creative and inspiring people. Working alone at home isn’t easy. The buzz of a coworking space keeps your energy up, your mind focused, and provides exposure to new tools and approaches to your work.

 

Where.

Bristol Borough was founded in Lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania in 1681. Bristol is 26 miles North of Philadelphia off of I95 (Exit 40 to 413 S), Route 1 (Exit [will update]), and the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Exit 6 to Route 13). SEPTA bus lines 128 and 129 operate routes through Bristol Borough, and SEPTA Regional Rail service to Trenton stops in Bristol (Zone 4).

Neighboring towns and cities include Yardley, Newtown, Bensalem, Levittown, and Croydon; and just over the Burlington-Bristol Bridge in New Jersey, Burlington, Ewing, and Trenton.

Me.

I’m Heather Truelove, a Bristol native and longtime freelancer. I believe in community development by way of supporting small businesses. I <3 helping people make meaningful connections and find purpose in their work. I’ve created Little City Co as much for myself as for those who are becoming part of it. I’m inspired by coworking spaces around the world and their shared dedication to quality work-life.

You.

You work independently. You might be a freelancer, a remote-worker, a work-searcher, or maybe you’re a tiny start-up team of 2 or 3. Little City Co is your workplace. Bounce ideas off other professionals, get away from the distractions of your home office, rely on the WiFi, sit at an uncluttered desk, make a private phone call, or host a small meeting.