Brand New Co-Working Space and Fitness Facility Opens in Mississauga
It's no secret that the working world has changed drastically over the past few years, with more and more people working remotely and/or struggling to achieve perfect work-life balance.
Now, it looks like there's a new co-working space that will allow remote workers to put their noses to the grindstone in a chic office environment that also houses something so many workers desperately want more access to—a gym.
Whitehall offices, located on Sherwoodtowne Blvd. near Square One, offers both shared and private offices to residents looking to get some work done outside of a traditional office environment.
According to Whitehall's website, the brand new business facility features 13,800 square feet of newly renovated office space that is accessible to members 24/7. Virtual services are also available to off-site members.
"Additionally, our knowledgeable and professional support staff is available to assist Whitehall members with their daily business needs between 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday," the organization says.
The facility also provides users with "informal and strategic networking opportunities through expertise sharing, connection building with like-minded professionals, and collaborations with potential partners and mentors."
People interested in networking might be happy to hear that Whitehall hosts a monthly networking event for members, hosts professional development series sessions, and offers a member directed "Lunch & Learn" series.
The facility also offers a complimentary fitness facility on-site, so members can get a workout in without having to leave the premises.
There's also a complimentary kitchen and dining lounge area that members can use to make free coffee and tea.
As far as costs go, workers can either rent a shared desk for $17 a day or rent a premium dedicated desk for $399 a month.
So if you're looking for a place to work in the Square One area, Whitehall might be worth a visit.
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