For all startups, renting office space is a huge overhead cost. While it would be nice to have a designated location with ample room to work, meet, and think, most companies in their early stages only need a single conference room or a few desks to perform their necessary functions.
This is where coworking spaces come in. A coworking space is a large office that is shared by multiple small businesses in order to decrease the cost of rent. This is perfectly tailored for entrepreneurs who are looking for an established office space, but don’t want to break the bank on a location that is larger than what is essential to their business.
A prime example of such a location is ProSuites2, a coworking space located in Pittsburgh’s own U.S. Steel Tower on Grant Street (pictured above). The office is on the 49th floor of the tower and spans 11,600 square feet. With that much room, ProSuites2 offers over 60 seats and currently houses 12 companies. On top of the standard amenities found within all coworking areas such as printers, kitchens, and internet, the tenants of the office offer their own services at a discount to the other tenants sharing the space. These include, but are not limited to, marketing, payroll and human resources, and working capital loan services.
The location of ProSuites2 is a also a huge factor in its increased popularity. U.S. Steel Tower has a multitude of facilities on its 64 floors including a YMCA, daycare center, Starbucks, PNC Bank, mailroom, and direct access to the subway just to name a few. The building’s proximity to the city’s downtown area is also a significant advantage.
The number of coworking spaces in the area is expected to increase with many companies either downsizing or outsourcing, but ProSuites2 remains hopeful that the choice location, convenient facilities, and in-house services will give it an edge over their rivals.
To book a free tour follow this link: https://www.prosuites2.com