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Coworking Space is Changing the Way People Work

Posted on Aug 8, 2016 8:00:00 AM by Ryan Ring

coworking-space-is-changing-the-way-people-work.jpgTechnology has been changing the way we work forever, since the invention of the printing press. But it seems like the changes come fast and furious these days. 10 years ago, “working from home” was usually code for taking a day off, with very few people actually working remotely. Now? More than a third of American workers have telecommuted, and the number continues to rise. Will offices cease to exist one day? Perhaps.

But for now, you still need some office space every once in a while. Either to meet with a client, a business partner, or simply to get some work done, office space is beneficial. However, if you’re a remote worker, why rent office space for your “occasional” needs? We’ve got a much better alternative in mind: coworking space. It’s yet another development that is changing the way people work.

  • What is it?

Think of coworking space as a library for professionals: somewhere quiet, with plenty of space to work and all the internet hookups you require. Our coworking space is a large, beautiful room in our 580 Executive Center building. We even have a full espresso bar for your convenience; we know how much remote workers love their coffee – now there’s no need to duck out for a Starbucks run!

  • But what if I need privacy?

We’ve got you covered. If you need some personal privacy (perhaps for a business call?), we have phone booths available. And these aren’t boxy relics; they’re cushioned and private.

And if you want to meet with clients in a professional setting, we also have office space available on an as-needed basis.

  • Sounds pretty good, but what if I want to see the space?

You’re welcome to come to the 580 Executive Center during business hours to evaluate the space. We’ve put a lot of work into it, so we’re definitely fine with showing it off a little. And we can also answer any questions you might have.

In the meantime, if you have additional questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Topics: Coworking