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Coworking spaces bring Hawaii into the office

Two coworking spaces on O’ahu are providing professionals with one-of-a-kind amenities and design that hard to find anywhere else.

The Waiwai Collective in Honolulu is a serene office garbed with a lawn in the center of the space and pods that can be rearranged to your liking. Members are expected to take their shoes off upon entrance, and big windows let in abundant natural light. Overall, this office embodies everything that is Hawaii.

Treehouse in Kailua offers numerous amenities for clients, including an on-site gym, free coffee, mailing services, and plenty of wellness and networking events. Natural light and a touch of greenery creates a cozy, home-like feel.

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