Trouvaille, started by Omaha resident Kim Marchese, opened a week ago aimed at creating a safe and comfortable space for women to work.
Women pay for monthly memberships based on the time they spend in the space. With that comes everything from private rooms to a coffee bar to internet. A few women have already signed on in the first week Trouvaille has been open.
The rooms are bright and its decorated to feel like a living room more than an office. Marchese also wanted to focus on security, including fob locks and cameras to make those who work there feel safe.
Marchese plans to have events in the space as well, focusing on female issues like health and genetics and career growth. It's female focused but the goal isn't to exclude men, just empower women.