Which Type of Workspace is Best for You?

From private serviced offices and coworking spaces, to custom space for scaling startups and growing teams, you’ll find the full range of flexible workspace right here.

Private Offices

Get your own office suite for sole use, or for your whole team. Often referred to as serviced office space or executive offices, private offices come in a range of sizes from 1 to 50+ people and normally include furniture, desk storage, and Internet connectivity.

Coworking & Shared Space

Coworking provides a safe, shared workplace for people from different companies. Depending on the operator, a coworking membership may provide a dedicated desk or a hot desk in an open and spacious shared office, with part-time or unlimited access.

Sublet Office Space

Unlike coworking space, a sublet office may or may not have all the usual services and amenities like WiFi, meeting space, and receptionist support. It’s best for teams of all sizes who want to have flexible space and are looking at a variety of options.

Workshops and Industrial Units

Manufacturing businesses and creatives can gain access to flexible space in the form of workshops and industrial space, which are often known as ‘maker spaces’.

Virtual Office

Virtual offices provide a local presence without the commitment of physical office space. Options include a business address, live receptionist services, mail forwarding, a cloud-based phone system, and access to meeting rooms or day offices by the hour.

Other Types of Flexible Workspace

Flexible space is a significant — and growing — sector of commercial real estate.
In addition to office space and coworking, you may find other types of flexible space in your building, such as:

Meeting Rooms

All flexible offices have onsite meeting space, which varies in size and style. Depending on your agreement, you may have inclusive access each month or the option to rent meeting space by the hour.

Conference and Event Space

Some centers have large spaces for events. These spaces can be hired by the day and usually include catering services, event planning, and setup support.

Incubator or Accelerator Space

Designed to nurture early stage startups and high-growth businesses, these spaces are often part of a special program with mentoring, training, funding and equipment.