After hosting the media tent at SweetLife Festival earlier this summer, WeWork kicks off its ever-expanding offices with free drinks, good music and food.
A variety of young adults peeped through the event. From the young professional straight off of his 9 to 5 to hipsters in skinny jeans and oversized fake glasses, the venue quickly turned lit.
If you came to party, then you hit the bar for drinks and took the dance floor by storm. But for those who were curious about WeWork and some of the office spaces looped around the entire floor.
The contemporary space reminds you of a Brooklyn startup. With modern furniture, tall glass windows, impeccable city views and old-school phone booths, the space is ideal for a young team attempting to create their own business and can’t afford the space to do so.
Offices come as small or as large as needed. From one-person rooms to an nice size office, WeWork wants you to feel comfortable in a space where some of the greatest entrepreneurial minds collaborate.
Less than half the spaces have been filled with a variety of small companies ranging from realtors, Internet-servicing websites, artists and more.
WeWork reminds us that starting a business is just as easy as they make it seem. If you’re like me, you keep your home for relaxation and the office for work. At affordable prices, a contemporary space and all the necessities a business needs, WeWork makes everything possible.