5 Things to consider while searching for coworking space

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Finding a decent co-working space is not easy. There are many factors to consider when searching for your ideal environment. But luckily, your needs depend on YOU and what you’re looking for. So to help you out, we’ll be giving you some of the essential things to consider when searching for a co-working space.

Coworking is when people come to work together on the same or different projects in an assigned space. Co-working spaces (provided in the center of a city, in hotels, etc.) usually start at a minimum of 100 sq feet. An average co-working space does not have much privacy and can get pretty loud and busy. However, the positives are that it provides the comfort of finding your place to work in and having easy access to amenities like coffee/tea machines and water coolers.

Here are five things you should consider when searching for a best coworking space in Chennai.

1. How much space do you need?

Co-working spaces for freelancers or small businesses can start at around 100 sq feet. But how much space do you need? If your office will be a desk and a chair, then 100 sq feet is the minimum. But if you want a spot to have multiple people working together, then more space will be necessary. The spaces depend on your preference, but a good rule of thumb is around the 200-300 sq feet range. Anything more or less than that will seem small and cramped.

2. Location and price

The location is something that you need to consider. The site depends on your preference regarding the area where you want to go to work. But when relying on your budget, the location you’d wish would be easy to access, whereas you do not need a long commute if possible. Let’s say that, for example, you wanted to go for coffee at a coffee shop close by or even at an office tower where they have a small cafe and possibly a free wifi area. The price will depend on what you want and how much space you need. Typical business center prices start at around $350 per month for a shared office space.

3. Shared-office vs. private office

Depending on your need, you might want to have a place to work instead of a shared office. You should know that the commute is more of an issue for those working in shared offices. In shared-office spaces, you will usually have many people around you because it’s relatively spacious. There’s also the issue of noise from other coworkers or even clients coming through space itself. What do you need? A private office? If you want a single person working in their space, then that’s going to be difficult. Although there are hotels where you can have a private deck area and meeting room, it will still be somewhat limited. You need to assess what you need and which space would fit your needs.

4. What amenities do you want?

There are a lot of different amenities that are available when searching for co-working spaces. For example, this is a common question that people ask: “Do you have a kitchen or food & drink amenities?” So if you want to get your hands on some coffee and snacks yourself, then there’s that option. But what if you never drink coffee? Or what if you want to have some water so that you can hydrate yourself? There’s the possibility of having food and beverage available in specific spaces, but it depends on the space and how much they want to spend.

Here is the list of amenities that is pretty standard in co-working spaces:

* High-speed internet connection (preferably fiber optic or broadband)

* Printer and scanner

* Free parking space at the building/premises location (may have a fee)

* Restrooms with shower facilities (easy cleanup if you want to take a quick shower).   * Receptionist service so that you can leave everything and walk away.

The amenities that you need will depend on what you need. So ask the admin or your coworkers so that they can help you out.

5. Period

Are you just going to be working in this space for a couple of months or a few years? The length of your stay will depend on how much you use the area. For some people, they might have a flexible stay (short and long-term) at co-working spaces. What if you needed to stay for like, two years? Well, that’s going to cost more than what you’d like. If your stay is just temporary, then it can be somewhat cheaper than the ongoing price.

Conclusion:

Co-working spaces provide a flexible work environment perfect for those who have their own business or freelancers. Where do you need to go? What amenities are you looking for? This article answered five questions that will help with your search process. You can start the search for the right spot that can fit your needs.

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