While the long-term effects of the pandemic remain to be seen, many agree that work will never look quite the same again. Office space provider Industrious wants to get New Jersey businesses moving again with their luxurious offices in Short Hills.
Industrious is the largest provider of flexible workplaces in the US. Founded in 2013, the company has over 100 office spaces in more than 50 cities. Hosting a wide range of office sizes and styles, their clients range from start-ups to Fortune 500s.
With the coronavirus crisis disrupting how many of us “go to” work, some business owners in the Garden State are reassessing how they organize their workforce. With many white-collar workers likely to continue remote work, flexible office spaces could be the key to many managers’ troubles.
Industrious’ spaces at the Mall at Short Hills are available month-to-month, and tenants select how much space they need. With details like cleaning, printing, and office supplies provided-for, companies can focus on regrouping as we slowly re-emerge into public.
The Mall at Short Hills is located just 23 miles west of New York City. Nestled into 150 shops and restaurants, Industrious’ offices are a convenient place to both work and play.
Industrious is also making worker safety a top priority, with touch-free sanitizing stations, regular disinfecting, and reduced occupancy.
To learn more about the Industrious office spaces in the Mall at Short Hills—and to schedule a tour—be sure to check out their website.
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