Coworking is evolving so quickly that some of us are still using the hyphen that got dropped by the AP Style Guide a couple of weeks ago! It’s hard enough to keep up as a business owner, much less in a rapidly evolving industry. Well, we’ve got your back. The GWA is run by a…
Max Tocarev and the community at Beehive in San Francisco have joined GWA.
“We love communities,” said Tocarev. “Bringing people into one room and seeing the magic happen is what we are after. Being of Christian faith myself, I saw a need in the marketplace to build a faith-based coworking space in San Francisco that lands on the intersection of faith and work. We are excited about the feedback we have received from our potential demographic so far and are looking forward to the launch as we are solidifying core community and business model.”
OffiCenter Suites based in Lincoln, Nebraska, has joined the Association.
Michael Holroyd, President of the company, attended the recent GWA Conference in Denver. Located in a professional business park next to Office Depot, Best Buy, and surrounded by restaurants, grocery stores, and four blocks from a regional shopping mall, OffiCenter is part of Holroyd Investment Properties’ portfolio which includes residential sales, commercial listings and residential leasing.
Washington, D.C.-based Metro Offices garnered GWA’s 2015 Space Innovator Award, besting four other worthy competitors – Orega, WorkHouse, IOS OFFICES, and Avanta. Kathlene Buchanan, Metro’s Founder and President, accepted the award on behalf of Metro Offices.