Office Evolution Opens New US Locations

While companies look for ways to maintain productivity, innovation and connection in remote work settings, Office Evolution provides them with a solution. The brand is expanding nationally with locations expected to open this year in Idaho, Michigan, New Jersey and Texas. This helps the company fulfill its goal to provide accessible co-working spaces nationwide.

Two of the locations are opening this month, while three more are scheduled for July or August openings. They are:

  • Open in June at 14150 Huffmeister Road, Cypress, Texas
  • Open in June at 1 Tower Center Blvd., Suite 1510, East Brunswick, N.J.
  • Opening in July at 100 Matawan Road, Matawan, N.J.
  • Opening in July at 408 S. Eagle Road, Suite 205, Eagle, Idaho
  • Opening in August at 801 W Big Beaver Road, Suite 300, Troy, Mich.

“Over the past two years, we have seen the business landscape shift in ways that promote both employee retention and satisfaction,” said Mark Hemmeter, founder and president of Office Evolution. “Small business growth is skyrocketing, and there is no one better to help small businesses in achieving their goals than Office Evolution’s franchise owners. It is this dedication and passion for helping business owners and remote workers strive to reach their potential that drives us to continue growing so we can serve new communities across the country.”

Members benefit from being part of a nationwide network of coworking locations where they have access to 73 other business locations in 25 states when traveling. Office Evolution is part of the United Franchise Group (UFG) Coworks division, which provides a privately owned affiliated coworking network of flexible office space franchises worldwide.

Demand for these spaces, located in diverse markets throughout the United States, has increased substantially in recent months. The demand has been experienced as businesses continue shifting their focus towards flexible workspaces to get out of the home while avoiding the expenses and restrictions inherent in traditional office leases. This transition from traditional workspaces to more flexible options in suburban markets has positioned Office Evolution for continued growth.

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