'Spacious' Offers Vacant Eateries as Freelance Workplaces

By: Misel Saban - Jul 15, 2016
References: spacious & notable
With the growing number of self-employed and contract workers seeking an office to work out of, 'Spacious' is an online platform that aims to connect such consumers to freelance workplaces. The places are sourced using vacant restaurants that have a lull closing time or open later in the day for dinner services. This offers a mutually beneficial arrangement allowing eatery owners a way to profit from their empty location and freelancers to have a space to work out of.

'Spacious' offers remote workers in New York City an alternative office set-up to cafes or working at home, for a subscription fee. Consumers can gain access to any of the locations available through the platform for $95 a month, or a day pass for $29. Members will be treated to free coffee, complimentary Wi-Fi and other perks offered by the individual space.