OpenSpace brings modern, flexible work and meeting space to central Virginia.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA, Oct 1 – Beginning October 1, 2009, professionals in the Charlottesville area are invited to use OpenSpace for their work and meeting needs. Located walking distance from the Downtown Mall at 455 2nd Street SE, OpenSpace offers over 6,000 square feet of space designed to accommodate the changing world of work. For those who currently turn their car, home, or neighborhood coffee house into an office, OpenSpace provides a welcome alternative.
“The world of work is changing. Rapidly evolving technology allows many of us to work from places other than a traditional office environment. Economic uncertainty means that businesses, non-profits, and independent professionals are looking for creative solutions to the financial burden of leasing office space,” said Jeff Gunther, founder of OpenSpace and local parallel entrepreneur. “Charlottesville has a history of welcoming innovation, so we feel fortunate to start here.”
OpenSpace features collaboration studios, a traditional conference room, expansive worktables, kitchen, and lounge areas to serve the dynamic needs of professionals who need a place to work without the responsibility of a lease. A turn-key solution for workers from many professions, users of OpenSpace will have access to high-speed wireless internet, lockers, mail service, even beverages and snacks.
Memberships are available on both a pay as you go and monthly subscription basis. Conference and event space is available by the hour. OpenSpace was designed by Bushman Dreyfus Architects and constructed by Martin Horn.
For rates and sign-up, visit http://getopenspace.com/.
For more information about OpenSpace, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.