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Entrepreneurial office spaces

Back in May, I posted about how young, creative start-up companies were doing away with traditional offices and setting up shop in coffee shops. It's a great idea. Many new age companies can thrive on a computer and some creativity. No need to blow $2,000/ month in rent on that. Plus, coffee shops usually offer a free internet connection and a solid atmosphere.

Now, there's a new trend in entrepreneurial workspaces - community office spaces. These co-working offices are popping up in a bunch of urban areas. They're unique work and office space for a wide variety of entrepreneurs, writers, and small businesses. (see Where the Coffee Shop Meets the Cubicle) Look at these photos.

Creative co-working offices
* 116 W. Houston - SoHo (NYC)
* ActivSpace - Seattle, Portland, Berkeley, San Fran
* Indoor Playground - Toronto
* Sunshine - TriBeCa, NoHo, Flat Iron (NYC)

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posted by Michael Tavani @ 7:38 PM |

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