Austin Office Space.Com

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Austin Office Space.Com
Austin Office Space.Com is listed in the Real Estate category in Austin, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for Austin Office Space.Com which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Austin Office Space.Com on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 69.

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3415 Greystone Dr
Austin, TX 78731
(512) 349-7629
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Austin Office Space, Inc. with We Are Blood and 3 others.
Our 1st mobile blood drive was a huge success! Thanks to all who participated!


Have two shared plug & play office spaces for 8-15 people. Domain next to Whole Foods and Rock Rose and another next to rail on N.Lamar


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THE OPEN OFFICE MAY BE FADING Open offices are so hot right now--today about 70% of U.S. offices have opted for open concept offices. Some companies have even adopted a more extreme version called “hotdesking,” which sounds like something out of Urban Dictionary but is actually a setup where people don’t have assigned desks, and move around the office from day-to-day. Promoters argue that open offices are cheaper, increase collaboration, and employees just like them more than traditional office layouts. But, the numbers as stacked against the trend Research shows that we’re 15% less productive and twice as likely to get sick in open working spaces. And, when surveyed on 14 different criteria, like temperature and sound quality, employees were more satisfied with closed offices than open work spaces. Actually, the collaboration argument doesn’t really hold up either. Sure, people tend to talk more, but think about it; if you’re planning to brainstorm on a project, you’re probably gonna book a meeting room. So, to keep employees from having to duke it out over the thermostat, or take work home with them… Some companies are making the switch back to private spaces Take, for example, Microsoft’s IT innovation group, which has opted back into small offices to let developers “hunker down and focus,” while still being close enough to collaborate. According to the team, for activities like coding that require intense concentration, doors are just a barrier to distractions, not communication. (from The Hustle)


RT @rep4atx_tenants: @CBRECentralTX @RedVelvetEvents @cbreRetail Congrats retail team! And @ChadJewell

Proud of our representation of Red Velvet Events and Cindy Y. Lo with this purchase! It will be one of a kind!
Austin-based Red Velvet Events, a Global DMC Partner, has acquired a vacant Austin retail building and is converting it into creative office space for its headquarters.


RT @BrandywineREIT: @StreamRealty @AOS_OfficeSpace @NGKF @SavillsStudley @ECR_Austin @CBRECentralTX @HPITX @Colliers_ATX brought us 82,389…


RT @samdecker: Austin knocks San Fran out of the top spot for best startup hub theamericangenius.com/business-news/…

In case you missed it!

http://www.512tech.com/technology/austin-the-city-for-startups-again/g7p0Ld4ygoJeJZlLtZGnwJ/
Austin has landed the No. 1 spot on yet another list.