5 Co-Working Spaces Where Function Meets Style

By Hayley Panagakis, October 22, 2015

When you’re on the road, your workspace is often reduced to cramped Starbucks tables, tiny airplane trays or any corner shop with Wi-Fi. Enter co-working, an idea fueled by Millennials giving planners an office space on the go. Like a gym, these spaces are operated through memberships, and they generally provide everything from printers and conference rooms to personal mailboxes and on-site coffee. Here are five such spaces across the country.

1. Workbar

It’s a mix of work and play at Workbar, which has three locations in the Greater Boston area and hosts members-only events such as “Shark Tank”-style auditions, education panels, running clubs, pancake mornings and poker nights.

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