Coworking

  • Office Space, Cowork, Conference Rooms, Private Office, Meeting Rooms

    Tracking the Evolution of the Workspace

    Today's office looks strikingly different than it did just 10 years ago, both here in Tampa and nationwide. As more companies embrace remote workers, desks and chairs remain largely vacant, taking up space and costing companies more money in overhead than is necessary. Now, cubicles and single-user desks are being traded for trendy shared spaces that redefine what an office can and should be. Fun amenities like gyms, wellness areas, and gaming rooms are cropping up in shared offices that would otherwise be too expensive for individual companies to offer. Offices are now involved in creating a work-life balance from within that caters to employees, but ultimately benefits the company in terms of productivity, retention, and employee happiness.
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    Tracking the Evolution of the Workspace

    Today's office looks strikingly different than it did just 10 years ago, both here in Somerville and nationwide. As more companies embrace remote workers, desks and chairs remain largely vacant, taking up space and costing companies more money in overhead than is necessary. 

  • Conference Room

    Tracking the Evolution of the Workspace

    Today's office looks strikingly different than it did just 10 years ago, both here in Jacksonville and nationwide. As more companies embrace remote workers, desks and chairs remain largely vacant, taking up space and costing companies more money in overhead than is necessary. 

  • conference room

    Tracking the Evolution of the Workspace

    Today's office looks strikingly different than it did just 10 years ago, both here in Summit and nationwide. As more companies embrace remote workers, desks and chairs remain largely vacant, taking up space and costing companies more money in overhead than is necessary. 

  • Conference room meeting

    Tracking the Evolution of the Workspace

    Today's office looks strikingly different than it did just 10 years ago, both here in Horsham and other Philadelphia suburbs and nationwide. As more companies embrace remote workers, desks and chairs remain largely vacant, taking up space and costing companies more money in overhead than is necessary.