One of the largest coworking spaces in Texas just got bigger. WorkHub is thrilled to announce that their newly-constructed, executive office suites are now available for occupancy. There are currently 3 suites remaining that hold anywhere from 6-12 team members. If you find yourself looking for office space that allows you to minimize costs, share overhead, and have a move-in-ready, modern workspace—look no further.
The building that now houses the executive office suites started as a Subway sandwich shop back in the day when WorkHub was still the Tyler SkatePlex and kids were listening to Usher singing about his broken heart as they circled the rink on scuffed-up rollerblades. Parents that were trying to forgo the candy and sodas offered at the SkatePlex concession stand would drag their kids up the hill for a turkey sandwich and chips before heading home for the day or heading down to cringe as they watched their kids try their luck on the halfpipe.
After the Subway closed its doors and moved a bit further north, the building morphed into several different eateries over the next few years and served up fare ranging from fried pies to tacos to sushi. When the building became vacant, it was a golden opportunity for WorkHub to be able to expand and deliver their rapidly growing clientele some additional options for office suites.
“The vision for the executive suites was to provide a turnkey office space solution for growing businesses. Businesses are constantly looking for ways to reduce operating costs in order to maximize profitability. Our executive suites allow a company to house their employees in a workspace with all the modern amenities needed to grow their business without the hassle and rising costs of traditional office leasing.”
Turning a sandwich/taco/cajun/sushi restaurant into a functional and beautiful work environment was no easy feat. The WorkHub execs thoughtfully entrusted Garrett & Associates with the task. After communicating their ideas for the space, the leadership team at WorkHub sat back and watched Principal Architect—Jason Jennings— turn their dreams into a breath-taking reality that surpassed their expectations.
For those of you who don’t recall the slew of restaurants that previously occupied the building and are scratching your head trying to figure out what space I’m referring to, the trendy, new suites are located in a smaller, standalone structure directly in front of the main facility on S. Broadway. There are four suites in total that vary in size from 350–777 sq ft and can accommodate businesses looking for both short-term and long-term office arrangements. All suites are fully outfitted with high-end, modern furnishings provided by Vari, one of the premier providers of office furniture and standing desks.
Memberships for the executive office suites include all of the standard WorkHub amenities and then some! Patrons get high-speed internet, exclusive access to an executive boardroom within the building that has all the modern technology needed for video conferencing and large-scale presentations, bottomless coffee, 24/7 access which extends to the main facility, extraneous conference room space, fitness centers, an elevated walking track, and networking events with fellow coworkers and other professionals in the East Texas area.
WorkHub is always listening to requests and suggestions on how they can improve and offer clients a customized workspace that meets all their needs. Some of the details that were included in the executive office suites construction were windows, windows, and more windows! The space is bright and open with plenty of natural lighting and views. There are also temperature controls and energy saving, motion-sensor light switches in each suite.
There is already meaningful work taking place inside the walls of the executive suites. Community Integration Project moved into the space shortly after construction was completed. Being a non-profit with medical ties, the privacy and convenience the space catalyzes is a perfect fit for their team.
“The Executive office suites allowed us to move into a smaller, more personalized space.Because our nonprofit is a medical provider agency—our suite—and building allows for more privacy and easier access for our visitors.”
Lisa Chapman, Director of Community Integration Project.
If you would like a tour of the executive office suites, you can stop by WorkHub anytime Monday–Friday between the hours of 8 a.m and 5 p.m. A friendly staffer will walk you through all of the space options available and give you more information about how coworking could positively impact your business.
About WorkHub – WorkHub is a membership-based, coworking company that provides shared workspace for remote workers, small businesses, startups, and anyone dreaming of a professional, amenity-rich, and affordable work environment. WorkHub’s mission is to use its space to build community, connections, and businesses. For more information on WorkHub, visit www.workhubtyler.com.