Entrepreneur Office Space Seeing Increased Occupancy

Office space remains hard to fill, according to a recent article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution Business section, more than 22% of finished office space in the Atlanta market was vacant in the second quarter. http://www.ajc.com/business/atlanta-office-space-remains-582569.html

However entrepreneur office space and meeting areas for nomadic workers such as The Entrepreneurs Hub (eHub) in Norcross, GA are seeing an increase in their occupancy.  Another article in the AJC Jobs section highlights a facility in Alpharetta designed to meet the needs of nomadic workers. http://www.ajc.com/jobs/business-people-find-space-582164.html

The Entrepreneurs Hub (eHub) offers a unique, affordable, low risk space alternative for start-ups, entrepreneurs, independent professionals and teleworkers. Located within the Gwinnett Innovation Park in Gwinnett County, Georgia, the eHub features plug-in ready work spaces for individuals and start-up companies within a shared Hub office. Just bring a laptop and you’re in business. Some of the flexible facilities and services include: fully furnished plug-in ready personal workstation with locked cabinet; use of 8 conference rooms with multimedia equipment; Wi-Fi in offices, conference rooms and common areas; Monthly or Day Pass options; optional light manufacturing/warehouse space and private offices available from 250 to 2,500 sq ft; individual company phone number and line with VOIP telephone

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