Coworking Spaces Expand To Suburbs

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January 03, 2017

After recognizing that today’s workforce is a blend of both urban and suburban, the coworking company Serendipity Labs operates five locations in suburbs outside of Miami, Washington, and New York City.

CityLab reports that Serendipity and other coworking spaces are moving to the suburbs, making transit easier for the independent workers that use the offices.

While suburban co-working spaces are a boon to corporations that need space for a satellite office or a mobile team, they may also be more diverse in terms of industry, age, and gender than their urban counterparts. Serendipity boasts that more than 40 percent of its members are women, double the national industry average.

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