CoeoSpace, a Platform Company, Connects People and Teams With Move-In-Ready Commercial Real Estate Launches

Find move-in-ready space in seconds

PITTSBURGHMarch 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Commercial real estate industry veteran Kim Ford, LEED AP, announces the formation of CoeoSpace, a tech-enabled online marketplace that will redefine how people find and share commercial real estate.
CoeoSpace connects people and teams with move-in-ready, flexible workspaces in seconds. It enables tenants and brokers the ability to find, share, tour and book space quickly and easily. This curated marketplace uses a scientific algorithm matching the desired amenities of a space to the specific user’s needs. The platform (always free for the user) then connects the user directly to the host, where they can schedule a tour or book the space.
The business idea came from Ms. Ford and other industry executives who saw the demand for a universal PropTech solution in the decentralized and fragmented commercial real estate industry. “We understand the changing needs of today’s companies that are demanding more flexibility and immediate results. Business leaders don’t want to be distracted with real estate,” says Ms. Ford.
Having worked in the industry for over 22 years, Ms. Ford wanted to create a solution that benefits all sides of the real estate transaction including brokers, landlords, co-working companies, businesses and individuals looking to find or share space. Businesses with empty offices and workstations now have a place to share their extra space. Landlords and co-working companies now have a place to showcase their speculative suites and amenities, making CoeoSpace’s open source platform the only place to find all move-in-ready space, including co-working, second-generation spaces, speculative suites, subleases and meeting rooms.
The CoeoSpace team is looking forward to using its agile design and scalability to grow exponentially with the demands of its users. CoeoSpace’s software is developed to enable efficiency and transparency in the rapidly changing commercial real estate industry.
“I’m excited to work with Kim and her team as they use their expertise and vision to transform the way real estate is consumed,” said Kevin Shrier, former CEO of The Parking Spot. Ford stated that Shrier was selected to be the first member of CoeoSpace’s board due to his unique experience in starting a company and growing it to a value of over $1 billion in a related industry as well as his entrepreneurial drive and spirit.
CoeoSpace is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and currently has staff in Pittsburgh, Chicago and

About CoeoSpace
CoeoSpace connects people and teams with move-in-ready, flexible workspace. The software enables users the ability to find, share, schedule a tour or book space in seconds. CoeoSpace uses a custom-match scoring algorithm to join users with space by matching the amenities they desire with available spaces in the areas they select. CoeoSpace, headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is currently active in more than 20 U.S. cities and growing daily.
For more information, please contact:
Madison Nolte , National Portfolio Director

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Posted by: PRNewswire
March 25th, 2019 14:00 ET

Having Fun at Work isn’t just for Google Anymore…

It is important to know that almost 40% of the workforce would give up $5,000 a year in salary to be happier at work and in 2018, only 42% of employees could say that they were happy where they worked.

Did you know that 61% of employees report being burned out on the job and that stress is the biggest contributor of sick days across the board? Those sick days cost employers about 3.5 billion dollars each year and, while it may be easy to call it normal day-to-day life, the work place is one of the main causes of stress. We’ve all heard the term, “Work Hard, Play Hard,” but what happens if your organization is only working your employees hard in hopes that they “play hard” on their off hours?
While it might seem scary, it’s certainly possible to have a fun workplace without sacrificing productivity… in fact, happy employees that are having fun are actually up to 20% more productive than their unhappy counterparts. When an employee is feeling sad or low for any reason, their motivation drops which causes them to withdrawal and be overall less productive. You can’t always control the outside stress that employees may have. However, by creating a positive environment for your employees to work in, you can hopefully put them in a better mood, faster.
How do you make your office fun without installing a water slide? Here are a few more practical ideas:
Gaming Area
To give your employees motivation and to keep them active, you should definitely encourage them to take regular breaks away from their desks. Maybe that’s a pool table or some beanbag toss… just a chance to pick up a quick game to relax for a few moment before getting back into work.
Friendly Competitions
How about instituting a little “Office Olympics.” This can be done by things like having employees pick teams and playing charades or seeing who can type the fastest. If you’re ever looking for some great ideas of making something out of nothing, The Office has a GREAT episode on their own Office Olympics that could be easily replicated.
Get out of the Office
While you can coordinate a happy hour for your team, you could also do things like taking a long lunch on a nice day to walk around a park or perhaps make an ice cream run… it doesn’t have to be anything that will break your companies check book, but getting out of the office has been shown to loosen up and de-stress your employees.
At the end of the day, there are many things you can do to bring a good vibe to your office and it doesn’t all come back to wasting time or money. It is important to know that almost 40% of the workforce would give up $5,000 a year in salary to be happier at work and in 2018, only 42% of employees could say that they were happy where they worked. What about that remaining 58% of the workforce? Don’t lose out on some of your best people because you think you can’t afford to give them what they want or need. Making some minor changes and tweaks to your office environment can ensure you’re not only gaining the top talent but keeping the existing talent you have.