Co-working office space lands in Kelowna’s downtown

The office space will be in downtown Kelowna

Kelowna is going to get a brand new co-working space in January.

Located in the heart of Downtown Kelowna at 1350 Saint Paul Street, alternawork will be leasing space in the to provide a cutting edge cowork facility. The 5,400 square-foot office space will feature floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping mountain views, and includes 13 private offices, 14 dedicated workstations, and shared boardroom space.

Instead of camping out at a coffee shop to get work done, there will be complimentary free coffee and snacks, a shared kitchen and shared conference room.

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The membership based program will allow patrons to either reserve a dedicated work station in the open office space a dedicated private office or a premium private office at monthly rates.

Membership will also include mail and package services, a common lounge, use of a HD projector and AV for presentations, multi-function copier and scanner, member and guest washrooms, cleaning services and lockable storage.

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The Toronto based company describes themselves as,” alternawork is a dynamic cowork facility serving the thriving tech community in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). We offer private offices, dedicated workstations, shared boardrooms, and event space, all with enterprise-class infrastructure and high speed internet.”

Amenities include underground parking, a full-length outdoor patio, a BBQ, daily stocked kitchen and lounge, common seating areas, use of gym, an additional rooftop BBQ lounge on the 6th floor, and an in-office shower—perfect for cyclist commuters.

“Enjoy being close to the lakefront, the new YMCA gym and BC Interior Health Building, as well as hip restaurants, brew pubs, and lounges like BNA Brewery, Waterfront Cactus Club, The Curious, FSH, and Perch at the rooftop of the Kelowna Innovation Center,” reads the site.

Members will also have full access to an outdoor patio, barbecue, daily stocked kitchen, the use of the gym, a barbecue rooftop lounge and an in-office shower.

For more information on membership visit their website alternawork.com

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