Miami’s New Alternative Workspaces

by Isaac Benmergui, Esq on September 3, 2012

Always the trendsetter in cool new real estate development, Miami’s new alternative workspaces are catching on throughout the city. Shared work environments are saving business owners costs and integrating their personal lives with workspace that creates a core residential and working community.

Pipeline, joins the ranks of MiamiShare and Latitude International Business Center, as it leases a full floor, a full 14,000 square feet of space, at 1101 Brickell Avenue. Keeping businesses so close to residential areas has effectively shifted downtown Miami from a business-only environment to an integrated district where people live, work and spend leisure time. There’s an energy that makes the area attractive to singles and families, fueling the desire to have work nearby. Office space developers like the shared office space concept because it can quickly take over an entire floor at a time.

Pipeline’s maximizes collaboration and coworking while not requiring a lease contract. Pipeline’s tenants can choose private offices, desks, flexible spaces, virtual offices and meeting rooms. They also have access to the space 24/7, which includes receptionist services, high-speed internet and Wi-Fi, conference room with video conferencing also available, office machines, parking and company signage located in the lobby. Other perks in shared office space that Pipeline will also offer is access to a social lounge, free gourmet coffee and teas, and event areas.

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