A business and social club for members in the historic Waterworks building in downtown Sarasota.

Whether coming to Waterworks for business or pleasure, we aim to provide you with an exceptional experience from start to finish.

We help members and guests enjoy their day more, whatever time that may be.


Enjoy the morning or get started with your day... 


Entertain potential clients and/or associates.  


Social hours and live entertainment.

membership done right

Always the right vibe

Waterworks prides itself on having the right atmosphere all hours of the day.

Leave your wallet at home

Membership includes all services & amenities provided.  

Are you on the list?

Waterworks sets the stage for extraordinary private parties and philanthropic events. 

From our Members

Waterworks inspires me as soon
as I walk in the doors.


Great stories to come in


My clients & associates didn't
know I was this cool.  


From a show-stopping space to fun formal entertaining, we set the scene for memorable times with friends and associates.

Membership Features and Benefits

Luxe environment located in the historic Waterworks building in downtown Sarasota

Inclusion to a network of members representing Sarasota’s
business, civic, cultural, financial, and art communities

Secured internet access & printing services available

Food offerings and beverage service daily

Coffee Club ~ coffee and conversation hosted by Waterworks moderators

Multiple private and semi-private seating areas: 
Parlor, Billiards room, Executive Lounge, Media Room, & Conference Area

Concierge / Attendant services

Live musical performances 

Fun and informative tastings, cultural talks, and featured artist gatherings

Access to Private Parties & Philanthropic events

Downtown WW Shuttle Service

The Foyer

The Parlor

The Catwalk

Billiards Room

Media Room

Executive Lounge

Waterworks, we're here for you.

The city “Waterworks building”, located at 1005 North Orange Avenue, is a two-story red brick, mediterranean revival style city utility. The building was constructed in 1926 specifically to be utilized as the city waterworks station for the city of Sarasota. On April 23, 1984, the city “waterworks building" was officially listed in the National register of historic places by the National Park Service, Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.