Denver continues to be a booming capital of co-working spaces. There has been a 62% increase in this new-age real estate just within the last nine months. Real estate experts are taking full notice of the co-working activity in the Denver/Boulder area, as an existent 57 leases are in the corridor as a whole. Colorado has truly become a mecca for this type of work environment.
Additionally, co-working is taking an adaptive trend. Previously, many entities such as lawyers or financial advisers found themselves steering clear of the less professional-looking co-working structure. This was usually due to privacy needs and need for upholding an independent perspective for clients. However, companies like LawBank have molded co-working to take these needs into account. Per their website:
“While providing the physical space many lawyers and their clients have come to expect, it is the collaborative work environment that makes LawBank an ideal business solution for attorneys. We are seeking the best-in-class practitioner at every level of practice, from fresh out of law school to those winding down their careers. LawBank is a concept whose time has come in the “gig” economy, providing on-demand services for lawyers to help them better-serve their clients’ needs and meet their clients’ expectations.”
It is still estimated that 40% of the workforce will be comprised of freelancers, independent contractors, and solopreneurs by 2020, and so the trend continues to aim to give all these individuals a place to work and call their office. By this point in time, there will likely be a variety of styled offices to choose from to reflect your own personal work style.
For now, check out what unique office/coworking spaces denvervirtualoffices.com has to offer in the Denver Metro Area. We’d be more than happy to connect you with the right fit, and can keep you updated on any additional branches that may come up along the way; if the above is any indication, our network is sure to continue expanding over the next few years!