You may be new to coworking space. You may know what it is, but for the first time you are considering it as an option. Whatever the case may be, this article is designed to fill in any gaps you may have regarding knowledge about coworking space.
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Now, though, let’s give you a little valuable information about coworking space.
What is coworking space
The definition of coworking is when people assemble in a neutral space to work independently on different projects, or in groups on the same projects. It’s different than a typical office workspace because the people in a coworking environment generally aren’t working for the same company.
What types of coworking space are there?
If you can imagine it, it probably exists in the coworking space community. There are private offices available. There are shared offices available. There are open office spaces in a large open space available. There are cubicles and vestibules and shared desks.
Do you rent by the month or long-term?
Most coworking space arrangements are by the months. Some may ask for a minimum rental of two months. Our suggestion: make the smallest commitment possible. Call around and find a place where you are only required to rent for one month. Long-term commitments carry their own unique package of problems.
What does coworking space cost?
There are currently over 20,000 coworking spaces (companies) in the United States, and they are rapidly gaining in popularity. That is good news for those looking to rent, because competition means lower prices. The price of coworking space in the United States can be as low as $150 per month, and can be as high as $700 per month in high-traffic locations in busy business areas, cities like New York or Los Angeles.
That price usually covers the basic amenities like utilities, WiFi, a private mail box, shared lunch space, and a shared conference room.
Who uses coworking space?
Coworking space is basically an office for rent for those who can’t afford a long-term commitment, or who do not need a professional office year-round. This group would include small business owners, visiting business executives, home-business owners, traveling salesmen, etc. A coworking space gives these people a professional location to work from, to meet customers at, and to share thoughts and ideas with peers in a non-competitive atmosphere. It has been found that coworking space actually breeds creativity and fosters innovation.
Any other questions about coworking space? Call us at the Fort Worth Design District and we’ll answer those questions for you.
A word about Fort Worth Design District
The Fort Worth Design District is actually three business parks in one forty-acre business enclave. Those business parks are Box Office Warehouse Suites, Paddock Place Office Suite, and the Golden Triangle Business Park. There you can find a warehouse for rent, an office for rent, or a retail space for lease. Call us to arrange for a tour in this outstanding business hub.