The experts have spoken, and the outlook for coworking office space and small office rooms for rent is going to be even higher as we move into the current year and beyond. Business is making a rebound and the expectation is that that 20% more coworking seats will be required to keep up with demand. Coworking spaces offer workers a feeling of community that working alone from home does not offer. Let’s take a look at the trends we expect to see in coworking and office rooms moving forward.
As the Covid-19 pandemic hit the world beginning in 2020, corporations shifted fast to keep business going. Workers have gotten used to working differently and see the benefits that it offers for their life and livelihoods. Corporations have gotten used to being able to hire top talent that can work from afar, have seen an increase in productivity and have benefited from savings in the costs for large office spaces. It will be a continuing trend that corporations will offer the ability for employees to work remotely in coworking and small rooms for the benefits they offer with short term leases, flexible time schedules, customizable shared spaces and hybrid workers who only need to go to a corporate office periodically.
Coworking Spaces with a Special Slant
The future will see coworking rooms that try to be different by dedicating their spaces for specific industries or other interests. You will begin to notice coworking sites for engineers only, insurance teams or for other industry niches. You might see female only spaces, parent only offices or restaurant support spaces crop up as their needs are specific and specialized. These kinds of work spaces and rooms will help folks who truly want to collaborate and grow in their specific industry or comfort zone.
Amenities in the spaces will match with the needs of these groups. For example, a parents working space would probably offer day care services and a pet supply themed operation would welcome pets in the offices that are offered.
Small Office Rooms Going Green
The eco-friendly trend will become stronger in the coming years. Workers who love sustainable furnishings in their homes will want the same in their small office room too. Solar energy in a work space, recycling in the office, natural elements in the offices and less reliance on plastics will be the trend. Green plants add a wonderful touch of this sustainable feel in a small office room.
Coworking Space in Manchester New Hampshire
Red Oak Coworking Offices at 66 Hanover Street in Manchester New Hampshire is just the place for successful work. Located in the heart of New Hampshire’s largest city this coworking environment offers a variety of work spaces, small office rooms and conference rooms that range from private or shared offices to open space coworking desks. All are rented without long term leases, have parking nearby and have all the underlying infrastructure to support the technologies that will drive your business. Workers love the kitchen space, free coffee, tea and filtered water and free wi-fi. Lounge areas, a library table, two conference rooms and a soundproof phone booth are great amenities. You never have to worry about maintenance, cleaning services or utility bills in this space. The problem of choosing a private office or a coworking office is easy to overcome here. You can choose just what you need. Contact Red Oak Coworking for more information and to get your business running smoothly and in a manner that is ready for the future.