‘Passport’ Program Connects Southern Minnesota Co-working Spaces
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
The ongoing expansion of co-working office space is largely an urban phenomenon. More than half of all Twin Cities co-working space is in downtown Minneapolis, according to the latest research from Cushman & Wakefield Minneapolis-St. Paul. But co-working has also taken root in outstate Minnesota.
On Tuesday, six co-working spaces in Southern Minnesota announced the “Greater Minnesota Coworking Passport.” Twin Cities office brokers are forgiven for not knowing that there were any co-working spaces in southern Minnesota, much less six. The "Passport" allows members who join one of the half-dozen co-working spaces to work at any of the spaces within the program.