Co-working spaces are the latest and greatest business trend – they’re the newest way to grab cheap office or conference space in the city. We’re going to give you details on 3 co-working spaces for rent in Phoenix and Scottsdale.
Co-working spaces differ from traditional office spaces in that those using them are usually not employed by the same organization. Because individual spaces are available for rent, everyone around you is working for unrelated companies in unrelated mediums.
1. mod on Central
2828 N. Central Avenue
In addition to mod’s open work environment, with secure WiFi, printing, copying, scanning and full “modcierge” services, mod has its own café with a full menu and beer&wine bar. Mod offers hourly rates and monthly plans.
2. The Creative Center of Scottsdale
3616 N. Scottsdale Road
Located in Old Town Scottsdale’s historic arts district, The Creative Center of Scottsdale caters to artists, sculptors, painters, photographers, mixed-media specialists and graphic designers in the Scottsdale area. The Creative Center describes their space as an “incubator—a collection of creative minds exchanging ideas and insights with one another in a common space”.
1027 E. Washington St.
Co+Hoots was the first coworking space to set up in Phoenix (it opened in 2010). It is a member-sustained and community-supported co-working space and is self-described as a “breeding ground for innovation”. So far, graphic designers, architects, lawyers, PR agents, web developers, writers, start-up entrepreneurs, real estate agents, filmmakers and photographers can be found at Co+Hoots.
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