Why Coworking Works So Well in Miam
MIAMI – Quest Workspaces is showing no sign of slowing down on its executive office suites expansion strategy. Quest, the fastest-growing independently owned and operated serviced office company, is now leasing Doral office space for its unique coworking-serviced office space model.
Specifically, Quest is expanding its executive office suites portfolio with a nearly 22,000 square-foot, waterfront business center in the heart of Doral’s business district. During the office renovation period, new tenants can get free rent if they agree to occupy the office space right away. The only downside: there are fewer services until the office space is fully renovated. And, of course, you’ll deal with some noise and dust along the way.
“Quest is the first privately held executive office space center of its kind in Doral,” says Laura Kozelouzek, founder and CEO of Quest Workspaces. “With other major developments underway in the city, we are excited to add a state-of-the-art co-working center to the list of amenities supporting Doral’s economic expansion.”
Located on the entire second floor of 8200 Doral, which is a LEED Silver Certified building, the new Doral executive office suites center will feature more than 90 flexible office spaces from single touchdown accommodations to private suites. Quest is catering to companies of all sizes from start-ups to multinational corporations.
Since 2010, Quest has carved a niche in commercial real estate with innovative, shared office space solutions that feature both multi-purpose client lounges and open spaces for socializing, networking and collaboration as well as closed offices and conference rooms for uninterrupted privacy. Move-in ready offices allow speed to market within 24 hours, and flexible leasing terms, from one week to three years with no startup capital, which attracts both small and large companies through various stages of growth.
Quest signed a 10-year lease for the company’s eighth new location in less than three years. 8200 Doral features striking architectural design and views of the world-class Greg Norman White Course at Doral Golf Resort and Spa. In addition to quick access to all major expressways and Miami International Airport, the Energy Star rated building is centrally located among numerous hotels, restaurants and shopping malls.
Quest‘s tenants can leverage a professionally staffed reception, concierge services, state-of-the-art technology, 24/7 managed IT infrastructure, gourmet coffee bar, client lounges and contemporary interior design elements. Prior to launching Quest, Kozelouzek founded Synergy Workplaces in 2004 and grew the company in three, short years to 25 national locations, representing more than 500,000 square feet and producing more than $25 million in sales with more than 100 employees. She sold the company in 2008 to Carr Workplaces, founded by Chairman, Oliver T. Carr, Jr., the former Chairman of Carr America.
“With a growing residential population and one of the largest, most diverse business bases in South Florida, Doral is a natural location for co-working space,” says Juan Ruiz, executive vice president of Blanca Commercial Real Estate. “8200 Doral’s already built-out space made it a perfect fit for Quest Workspaces right from the start. Not to mention, the building already caters to tenants seeking proximity to Miami International Airport, the region’s major expressways, and executive and workforce housing. Quest will offer a shared space option to companies looking for a collaborative environment offering those same advantages.”