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New co-working space planned for Downtown Boise

A new co-working and office space company is set to open its doors in Boise soon.

Office Evolution has applied to build out a space in the One Capital Center building on Main St. – perhaps better known as the CenturyLink building.

David and Anabel Lopez purchased a franchise for the nationwide Office Evolution brand, and have applied to remodel the first floor space into a 5,700 square foot shared working space. The $250,000 permit will remodel a long-vacant bank branch into shared workspace for about 60 folks. 

Office Evolution will offer private offices, shared work spaces, conference rooms with typical office amenities like wi-fi, copiers, a staffed reception desk and the like.

Pricing nationally starts at $349 per month for a dedicated desk, up to $600 or more for a private office.

The concept will compete with Regus – which operates a similar concept in the Banner Bank building and the Trailhead and Trailhead North along 8th Street, among others.

Header photo: OfficeEvolution.com screenshot

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