TULSA, Oklahoma - A downtown Tulsa networking space for start-up businesses and entrepreneurs will officially open Monday, but gave News On 6 a sneak peek.

36 Degrees North is a space where people can purchase memberships that include everything from a simple desk to a full private office.

The space in the newly renovated Universal Ford Building in the Brady District already has 140 people signed up to get in on day one.

The project has been more than a year in the making.

Executive director, Dustin Curzon, said, "It has been amazing to see it come together - from the idea to walking to the space - saying there will be a wall here, I promise. It has turned out even better than I thought."

The people and businesses taking advantage of 36 Degrees North range from small PR Firms to our partner, The Frontier.