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Are you launching a start-up or coding an app that will be the next Instagram? Even if you just need some peace and quiet from your roommate and the neighbors upstairs, a co-working space can give you the focus and serenity you need to put your ideas into action. Co-working spaces have changed the way we work and create - come see how.
Co-Working vs Traditional Office Spaces
The word “revolutionary” gets overused these days, but it’s truly the best way to describe co-working spaces—which have changed the way millions of people around the world go about their work. WeWork, the largest operator of co-working spaces, started out in Manhattan 8 years ago and has since opened more than 170 locations across 10 million square feet of office space in 18 countries. Rivals to WeWork have been popping up everywhere too, meaning that co-working spaces can now be found in most major cities around the world.
3 Reasons Every Freelancer Should Work From a Co-working Space
Most freelancers work from home for convenience or financial reasons. Working for yourself offers unmatched freedom and flexibility, but it also means that the success of the business relies on you and the opportunities you make for yourself.
6 Must-Have Amenities You Need at Your Co-working Space
Co-working spaces are spreading like wildfire in almost every metropolitan city around the world. It's a tribute to the increase in the gig economy, which according to Intuit, is currently 34% of the workforce and predicted to be 43% by the year 2020.
How WeWork Events Can Boost Your Career Beyond the Expected
Flexible, fun, and vibrant co-working hubs where people can rent a desk, an office or a suite of office space are highly popular in cities across the world. Competition between co-working spaces is high and it’s a great opportunity for anyone looking for a place to work outside a traditional office space.
Advantages of Using a Co-working Space
Despite the advantages of being your own boss and however idyllic it might sound to work from home in your pajamas, starting your own business can be isolating and full of endless distractions. This is why an increasing number of entrepreneurs are now embracing the co-working space, where self-employed individuals come together and share a range of facilities. Co-working spaces have become extremely popular, with new spaces popping up worldwide.
6 Companies That Started In Co-working Spaces
When you think of some of the top companies today, you probably think of hundreds of employees, chic offices, and incredible swag. But did you know that some of the best known companies in the world started out in co-working spaces?
Cubicle Wars: WeWork & Other Co-Working Spaces Battle It Out
Co-working spaces are the outgrowth of a society constantly striving to improve output and maximize comfort at the same time. A shared work environment where freelancers, independent workers, and other remote employees can come and get their work done, co-working spaces are currently home to more than 1.1 million workers. Built around a community setting, co-working spaces take the formality out of office environments, while still providing the social and technical aspects most people need to work efficiently. What’s amazing and perhaps surprising, is that research has proven these spaces to be more effective than other work environments.
The 5 Best NYC Neighborhoods for Your Co-working Space
Outgrown the endless drip of free WiFi from your local coffee shop? Tired of the MTA ruining your midtown commute? Cringe at the thought of working in a bland office space? Co-working spaces offer companies of any size a vibrant and dynamic workplace with officemates who may just be the next Uber or Instagram.
6 Best Co-working Spaces in Boston
Co-working spaces have completely shifted the way people work. Before they became popular, business owners had to scout for office spaces, pay expensive rental prices, and maintain the property. With co-working spaces, businesses both big and small are able to affordably rent office space that’s maintained for them—think regularly cleaned facilities, stocked coffee corners, and WiFi that’s easy to connect to.
Co-Working vs Traditional Office Spaces
The word “revolutionary” gets overused these days, but it’s truly the best way to describe co-working spaces—which have changed the way millions of people around the world go about their work. WeWork, the largest operator of co-working spaces, started out in Manhattan 8 years ago and has since opened more than 170 locations across 10 million square feet of office space in 18 countries. Rivals to WeWork have been popping up everywhere too, meaning that co-working spaces can now be found in most major cities around the world.
3 Reasons Every Freelancer Should Work From a Co-working Space
Most freelancers work from home for convenience or financial reasons. Working for yourself offers unmatched freedom and flexibility, but it also means that the success of the business relies on you and the opportunities you make for yourself.
6 Must-Have Amenities You Need at Your Co-working Space
Co-working spaces are spreading like wildfire in almost every metropolitan city around the world. It's a tribute to the increase in the gig economy, which according to Intuit, is currently 34% of the workforce and predicted to be 43% by the year 2020.
How WeWork Events Can Boost Your Career Beyond the Expected
Flexible, fun, and vibrant co-working hubs where people can rent a desk, an office or a suite of office space are highly popular in cities across the world. Competition between co-working spaces is high and it’s a great opportunity for anyone looking for a place to work outside a traditional office space.
Advantages of Using a Co-working Space
Despite the advantages of being your own boss and however idyllic it might sound to work from home in your pajamas, starting your own business can be isolating and full of endless distractions. This is why an increasing number of entrepreneurs are now embracing the co-working space, where self-employed individuals come together and share a range of facilities. Co-working spaces have become extremely popular, with new spaces popping up worldwide.
6 Companies That Started In Co-working Spaces
When you think of some of the top companies today, you probably think of hundreds of employees, chic offices, and incredible swag. But did you know that some of the best known companies in the world started out in co-working spaces?
Cubicle Wars: WeWork & Other Co-Working Spaces Battle It Out
Co-working spaces are the outgrowth of a society constantly striving to improve output and maximize comfort at the same time. A shared work environment where freelancers, independent workers, and other remote employees can come and get their work done, co-working spaces are currently home to more than 1.1 million workers. Built around a community setting, co-working spaces take the formality out of office environments, while still providing the social and technical aspects most people need to work efficiently. What’s amazing and perhaps surprising, is that research has proven these spaces to be more effective than other work environments.
The 5 Best NYC Neighborhoods for Your Co-working Space
Outgrown the endless drip of free WiFi from your local coffee shop? Tired of the MTA ruining your midtown commute? Cringe at the thought of working in a bland office space? Co-working spaces offer companies of any size a vibrant and dynamic workplace with officemates who may just be the next Uber or Instagram.
6 Best Co-working Spaces in Boston
Co-working spaces have completely shifted the way people work. Before they became popular, business owners had to scout for office spaces, pay expensive rental prices, and maintain the property. With co-working spaces, businesses both big and small are able to affordably rent office space that’s maintained for them—think regularly cleaned facilities, stocked coffee corners, and WiFi that’s easy to connect to.
The word on the street
Co-working spaces are popping up every day in cities across the world. Let these users tell you why it works for them.
Boston Co-Working
Beantown isn’t just Tom Brady and the Celtics—it’s a major metropolitan center, a hi-tech hotspot, and the undisputed capital of higher education in America. It’s also home to a wide variety of co-working locations where you can get set up—on your own terms—and start laying the paving stones of your ambitions.
What Are My options?
One of the top options for co-working space in Boston is WeWork, with 9 locations in and around the city center.
All WeWork locations in Boston offer reserved “hot desks” and shared desks that you can use whenever you come in. Several also offer the option of renting a private office, which is perfect for a business or startup that’s looking to make moves.
With Industrious, you can work at 4 different co-working locations in Boston, including a wide open office in the heart of Wharf District Park.
Another great option is to check out the co-working office run by Spaces in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, right off the Green Line.
What Are the Prices Like?
Price is one of the areas where you get a good measure of control, in that it all depends on what you’re looking for, and of course where you’d like to work.
Spaces has only 1 co-working location in Boston, but it includes a number of options, including offices starting at $750 per month, a spot in the shared workspace for $350 per month, and a dedicated desk for $525 per month. Also, if you’d just like an a la carte place for a company session, you can rent out meeting rooms for $198 for a half day.
At WeWork, the prices can range from $350 for a hot desk at the Portland Street location, to $450 at the Boylston Street office. Dedicated desks range from $425 to $500 at the various locations, and with offices there is a very wide range—from $690 to $1,420 per person per month.
At Industrious the prices change somewhat by location. For instance at the Seaport location, co-working desks start at $540 per month, and offices start at $1,247 per month for one person, up to $3,083 per month for a five person office. At the Back Bay office, co-working spots start at $653 per month, and private offices start at $1,283 per month up to $4,487 per month for a 5-person office.
What Does My Co-Working Space Provide?
You might not get the Storm of the Century every year, but it does get cold up in Boston, to put it lightly. With a co-working office in Boston, even when it’s snowy out you can hunker down and really get some work done.
Not only that, but just like in cities across the world, just about every co-working space in Boston was designed with an eye toward what makes people tick, what keeps us inspired and wanting to come in to work. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself wanting to put your nose to the grindstone, even just to have more time to spend at the co-working office.
Another major feature is the amenities, which usually include all or most of the following:
  • Unique, captivating artwork
  • Super-fast internet
  • Spacious, unique common areas
  • Ergonomic chairs
  • Key Card access 24/7
  • Security
  • Discounts for local businesses
  • Business-class printers
  • Free drinks (including fruit water and fresh, micro-roasted coffee)
  • Private phone booths so you can take that call in peace
  • Onsite staff to help you out
  • Professional and social events—network and chill™
So...Where Are We Co-working?
Boston is a great American city where history, world-class sports teams, and the best universities on Earth are always close by. It’s also one of the best cities for exploring co-working spaces, so see which Boston location works best for you.
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