Workbar Sets January Opening of Wellness-Focused Location in Boston’s Back Bay

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Workbar Boston Community Coworking Space

“The Workbar Back Bay location represents our commitment to design innovation and its pivotal role in fostering a diverse coworking space.”


Workbar, Boston’s coworking space trailblazer, has announced plans to open a 12,000 square foot space located at 399 Boylston Street in the heart of Back Bay in January 2018. Centrally located right outside of the Arlington subway stop on the Green Line, Workbar Back Bay will features copious natural light and distinct “neighborhoods” for different working styles. Workbar’s newest location will be the first coworking space designed to meet the exacting WELL building standard to promote the health and wellness of its members.

“The Workbar Back Bay location represents our commitment to design innovation and its pivotal role in fostering a diverse coworking community,” said Workbar founder and CEO Bill Jacobson. “Our members are at the forefront of the collaborative economy, so our job is to make sure we create holistic workspaces that provide unparalleled connectivity.”

In partnership with longtime Workbar collaborators Analogue Studio, Workbar Back Bay incorporates wellness features into seven concepts: air, mind, water, nourishment, light, fitness, and comfort. In addition to ten private offices, phone rooms, nine conference rooms, a Café, multiple breakout meeting spaces and free access to the building’s gym, the space will feature:

●    Cutting-Edge Smart-Lighting Systems by Osram
●    WELL-managed energy efficiency and water conservation
●    Smart heating and cooling sensors that adjust room temperatures based upon the number of occupants in the room and an advanced under-floor air system
●    Ultra-modern construction pollution management systems
●    Water filtration system

Special preview tours of Workbar Back Bay are available until December 20.

About Workbar:
Workbar is Boston's original coworking space, with seven existing locations throughout Greater Boston, including South Station, Cambridge, Somerville, Danvers, Norwood, and Arlington, and partnerships with 11 more coworking sites across the state. The network of shared workspaces offers a “hub-and-spoke” system for people whose work takes them all over the region. Workbar caters to small businesses, freelancers, entrepreneurs, startups, and corporate clients with remote teams looking for an affordable, flexible place to work and meet with clients and other like-minded professionals. With professionally managed space and top-tier office amenities, Workbar coworking spaces are built with the connections needed to inspire, provoke, and ignite productivity and passion.

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