Authored by: Stephen Babcock, Technical.ly Baltimore
Here's a list of some of the area's best coworking options.
When Beehive Baltimore opened in 2009, coworking was a relatively new idea.
Over the last seven years, the number of spaces aimed at bringing together a community of like-minded workers who aren’t necessarily employed by the same person have multiplied as the tech scene has grown. Now there is enough demand that South Baltimore-based Kinglet developed a business model centered around providing real estate listings for spaces in existing offices. Coworking is also happening in less dense parts of the state, likehotDesks on the Eastern Shore.
In light of that growth, here’s a list of coworking spaces in the Baltimore area. We even found a couple new arrivals during our research process.
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