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The Future of Shared Office Space In Mandeville

As seen from companies like WeWork, Lanch Pad and others, coworking is becoming the norm in the startup industry. Freestanding conference table where freelancers, tech startups and others can work in a community of other supportive entrepreneurs for as little as $55 a month (for flexible access), $350/month (for a desk) or more than $750 a month (for a private office).

Coworking centers and executive suites continue to evolve and morph into new types of workplaces that create experience and community for users.

Brownstone Office Park is leading the way on the North Shore. COWORKING CENTERS and executive suites facilities that offer shared workspace like Brownstone Office Park in Mandeville, LA who offers executive suites and who will soon be offering coworking space

have become one of the hottest trends among tech startups, freelancers and creative types seeking community and collaboration with like-minded entrepreneurs — or simply turnkey workplaces that don’t require a multiyear commitment. These shared office spaces operate as temporary work hubs that anyone can rent by the hour, day or month. Yet each is as diverse as the people who frequent it.

Executive suites are fully furnished offices and other types of workspaces that are typically leased on a pay-as-you-go basis. They enable individuals or companies to occupy office space without signing a long-term lease, paying a security deposit, leasing equipment or contracting for telephone, Internet and other services.

Coworking centers differ from executive suites in two important ways: culture and community. Coworking center members who rent plug-and-play communal space typically have similar interests, participate in educational opportunities, share ideas and socialize during events such as happy hours to reinforce a sense of belonging.

Today, the shared office movement, which has been building momentum for years, is skyrocketing. It’s also revolutionizing how, when and where people work. In 2005, there was only one coworking space in the U.S. By 2013, they had mushroomed to more than 3,000 worldwide.

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