Coworking Works!

By Allan Stroet | Innovation Central Society
February 13, 2019 - 11:17am
Photo Credit: ICS

It’s amazing how interesting laundry can become when you try to work from home. It’s also incredible how lonely it can feel. When you have a business meeting, having the childrens’ toys strewn about doesn’t exactly shout ‘professionalism’.

The Hubspace is a community of coworking professionals. We are located at 1299 3rd Avenue and provide businesses with a downtown location and amenities that foster an environment of collaborative work.

The Hubspace offers coworking desks and offices for monthly and permanent tenants as well as hot desks for daily rentals. We have meeting rooms for rent during business hours and our entire main space for events during the day, evenings or weekends.

Experience has proven that collaborative coworking spaces work very differently than traditional office spaces. The Hubspace is designed to facilitate the growth of the entrepreneurial ecosystems by providing intentional focus on the space design, events we host and the coworking members to create increased collaborative opportunities and vibrant working environments that innovators thrive on.

The real value of the Hubspace lies in the community. There are many users of the space in very different fields. Our group love the social aspect of having ‘coworkers’ but are also able to avoid the sometimes unpleasant politics. The idea of working independently, together, is highly cherished by those who use the space.

This bringing together of people who wouldn’t typically collaborate allows for new lenses to be put on challenges. Looking at problems from new angles allows for new insights to be gained and greater success to be achieved.

Today, there are 28 companies who use the Hubspace’s offices, dedicated desks, hot desks, or mail service.  Everything from artists to software developers to realtors to financial planners use the Hubspace to grow their businesses.

The event space is used by many groups including pop up shops, seminars, club get-togethers, and this winter is serving as a secondary location to the Farmer’s Market across the street.

If you’ve found that working from home can be lonely, distracting, or unprofessional, we’d love to have you join our community here at the Hubspace.

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