Office Evolution Responds to Increased Demand for Work Flexibility

Office Evolution – the largest and fastest-growing coworking franchisor in the United States – is continuing its rapid growth by opening its first Washington location just outside Seattle in the suburb of Bellevue. 

Driven in part by the COVID-19 pandemic, Office Evolution has seen a steady increase in demand for its close-to-home coworking locations that offer convenient and safe workspace for remote workers and independent employers. 

This new location is owned and operated by Bellevue residents Frank and Lisa Holland and their son Alex. To celebrate the opening of the new location, Office Evolution Bellevue is scheduling tours of the workspace and is offering a free trial for potential new members to try out an office for the day or a conference room for an hour, if available.

The 12,753-square-foot center will provide local small- to medium-sized business owners and remote workers of larger corporations with access to 54 private offices, two conference rooms and shared workspace areas with a capacity for 19 people. This is the first of three Office Evolution locations that the Hollands are signed to open in the Seattle area. They are looking at sites in Redmond and Bothell, among other cities for their remaining two locations.  

“There are hundreds of business owners and remote workers searching for convenient, workspace close-to-home (in the area),” said Lisa. “People looking for a safe environment where they can get work done and gain inspiration.” 

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