As part of a nationwide shift in shared office space, Will McCloskey announced pre-leasing for Working Space. The new coworking concept called Space to Debut on Flagler Drive is a 4,000-sq.-ft. dynamic co-working environment that will be located at 1551 North Flagler Drive with gorgeous views of West Palm Beach waterfront. McCloskey, a millennial with a family history in the real estate world, is leading the trend in South Florida to focus on a new style of beautiful shared office space keenly focused on networking.
Membership in Working Space, dubbed Space, is focused on connecting freelancers, entrepreneurs, and budding business leaders. Similar to popular networking organizations, only one individual per profession will be admitted to the contemporary, waterfront office space, which features virtual offices, private offices, reserved desks, co-working desks, conference rooms, a gorgeous waterfront outdoor think-tank and event space.
“Space is about creating a diverse, vibrant community in West Palm Beach where motivated individuals of varying professions can meet, network and tap into their array of contacts to grow their businesses,” shared McCloskey, a Palm Beach resident. “This is not your traditional co-working space. The added value of our increased networking focus is an invaluable asset to those looking to grow and scale. It’s all about savvy people making the right connections, and Space is driven to connect them.”
Membership starts at $300 per month, with reserved desks starting at $500 per month and private offices starting at $1,000 per month. Each member receives reception services that include telephone answering with a custom greeting for each business, administrative services, copy services, notary public and mail receipt, holding and forwarding.
“Downtown West Palm Beach office occupancies are through the roof, and at the same time, a cultural change is happening where millennials don’t want to work their way up to the corner office, they want to own their own business with a better quality of life. Nationally, co-working space is on the rise; now is the time to build the infrastructure for Space with the distinctive added elements that can help young businesses thrive,” added McCloskey.
Membership also includes sample consulting services through Space’s marketing and consulting affiliate, Josh Sagman & Associates, as well as exclusive weekly networking breakfasts, and other social collaborations.
Space is scheduled to open February 2016. For more information, contact Josh Sagman at 301.455.5600 or Info@TheWorkingSpaces.com.
New Coworking Concept Called Space to Debut On Flagler Drive Waterfront on February 2016, Connecting Freelancers, Entrepreneurs and Budding Business Leaders
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