OE South Florida:  Two New Locations

OFFICE EVOLUTION IN THE NEWS

South Florida sees businesses rebound, growth,

And the opening of two new Office Evolution locations!

The population continues to grow in south Florida, and so does its demand for flexible workspace! The Miami Patch recently reported that five—yes FIVE—new Office Evolution locations are opening in south Florida. The first two OE centers will be in Plantation and Coral Springs.

The Plantation Office Evolution at 261 N. University Drive is owned by Navy Veteran Eddie and Mitzy Uribazo. Eddie is a life-long entrepreneur with a wealth of business experience.

Just 15 minutes from Fort Lauderdale, Plantation is a 27-acre development that includes high-end retail, a full-service hotel, and luxury homes seamlessly connected to a community of shopping, dining, entertainment, living, and working. Mark says—

“We want to inspire and bring a high level of service to all small business owners, members, and entrepreneurs in our business center, so they can thrive! That is our main goal!”

Eddie and Mitzy’s Plantation location includes—

  • 43 private offices
  • collaborative coworking spaces
  • private conference rooms
  • private day offices
  • 24-hour accessibility
  • a café area with complimentary tea and coffee
  • hourly, daily, and month-to-month flexible memberships
  • no long-term contracts
  • virtual solutions
  • business address services

Further north, Mark Mendel is set to open his first Office Evolution location in Coral Springs at 3301 N University Drive. Opening in May, Mark’s location will occupy about 7,500 square feet of the first floor and will be within walking distance to many of the finest restaurants and shopping areas in Coral Springs. Mark believes—

“Small business owners are the dreamers, risk takers, and doers of South Florida and when they succeed, we all share in that success.”

Innovate. Collaborate. Network.

That’s Office Evolution. Join Us.

Read more about Office Evolution’s newest Florida locations in the Miami Patch.

Posted by: Jeff Hensiek | February 11, 2021

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