Welcome to 9th Street Village, a fusion coworking environment that bridges tech to handmade and prototype to fine art. Our community also includes retail, classes, workshops, entertainment, food and drink within this creative hub. We love supporting the wills and creativity of Bendites and visitors to the area. 9th Street Village comprises a collection of businesses occupying more than two acres with four buildings and a large outdoor courtyard off of 9th Street in Bend, Oregon.
We strive to create community and inspire collaboration between Central Oregon’s finest makers, artisans and designers all in one central location. We are movers, shakers and makers — all gathering in a place for creative professionals in Southeast Bend, Oregon.
9th street village TEAM
Annie Willis is one of the founding members of the DIY Cave and 9th Street Village. She came on full time two years ago and fills the role of property manager. Annie’s role brings her joy to facilitate bringing people together who may be able to help and support each other in their goals and dreams.
Favorite Bend activity: Hiking with my dog in the woods.
Charah wears many hats at 9th Street Village. She loves being able to express her creativity in jewelry making, teaching classes, and taking classes to learn new skills. Charah is married to a fellow maker and they have two daughters who love to create. She loves the creative ways the community works together at 9th Street Village.
Favorite food cart at 9th Street: ANYTHING! I don’t need to cook as much!
One of the original founders of 9th Street Village, Aaron Leis loves the people most about 9th Street Village. He believes it attracts the most amazing people in Bend. Aaron has also run a small construction business for more than 25 years.
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Before founding 9th Street Village, Tim Willis worked as a commercial fisherman. Tim loves bringing the community together and sharing the maker spirit with other spirited doers at 9th Street Village and DIYcave. He feels passionate about teaching middle and high school kids, especially in the metal shop as many of them would never have had the opportunity to try these skills.
Favorite food cart/meal to have at The Patio? Nosh Pickles