As we mentioned in our previous post on coworking space offered on our platform, coworking is on the rise and a trend that is here to stay. According to All Work, the number of coworking members will rise to 3.8 million by 2020 and 5.1 by 2022.
Our platform is the leading marketplace to search, tour and lease coworking spaces and the only one to offer price transparency to small business owners.
There are hundreds of coworking options on our site. Here are a few different types we've highlighted, as stated in our previous blog post comparing coworking vs. standalone space:
- Workspace / Workstation – This is a membership to use in common area, but doesn’t offer a designated location.
- Designated desk – A workstation in the open office that is just for you.
- Private office – This consists of individual office space in coworking location.
- Team office - Open space for many team members, or a combination of team office and private offices.
Check out some images of the spaces below and start your search with us today.
The Business District offers fully furnished offices from the 17th floor in the city’s Back Bay neighborhood. High-speed internet is standard, as well as contemporary data and telecommunications systems. We have 38 coworking spaces in Boston on our platform.
Serendipity Labs is located in the Chicago Loop in the financial district and a block away from major train hubs, making it an accessible commute from the suburbs. We have 68 coworking spaces in Chicago on our platform.
1776’s space in Crystal City, Virginia provides startup members a community with connections needed to grow small businesses. The open-concept space offers beautiful views and is steps away from the Pentagon. We have 55 coworking spaces in D.C. on our platform.
Learn more about our coworking options and start your search with us here.