Daily Herald | June 8, 2017
25N Coworking offers flexible shared workspace, private offices and meeting rooms to corporate teams, small businesses and independent professionals — all within a next-generation co-working environment.
25N’s coworking model is based on deliberate community & economic development via professional workspace design, premium technology, curated programming & events, communication platforms, business development resources, and value-added partnerships.ost of the evening looking at a plate with nothing but alternating hunks of seared flesh on it.
The result: a culture of collaboration, diversity and growth within a single, shared workplace.
Beyond igniting daily collaborative exchanges, 25N also prides itself on maintaining an impressive level of productivity among its members, and this is accomplished mostly through detailed workspace design and applied technologies.
To maintain that healthy level of productivity, 25N designs spaces that balance shared space to interact with private space to focus. At 25N Arlington Heights, an open flex space with traditional office furniture is balanced by seating areas that include sofas and/or nontraditional surfaces and lighting — a perfect mix for diverse work preferences.
“We created a variety of work zones,” explains Mara Hauser, founder and CEO. “Depending on the project or task at hand, one can be in the mix of the buzz or tucked away for heads-down work.”
Additionally, the office furniture itself supports a maximized work day. Desks and workstations from DeskMakers and Teknion provide integrated power stations at every seat for effortless laptop/phone charging, and A.V. systems from EOC Audio transform every meeting room and shared space into an instant venue for presentations. Additional amenities include comfortable ergonomic seating, spontaneous write-on idea walls, and custom, reclaimed conference tables and benches from J. Hoffman Lumber Co.
25N’s dedication to collaboration and productivity has caught the attention of many local professionals seeking not only a comfortable work environment but the opportunity to connect to and network with the local economy.
For example, the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce immediately recognized 25N Coworking as a small business “hub” and is now headquartered there in a combination of private office and dedicated flexible workspace. In addition to its proximity to the existing local business scene and entrepreneurial newcomers, 25N also made sense because of its communication and marketing channels for promoting the Chamber’s brand and cross-promoting Chamber events & resources.
Although there is a sharp focus on amenities and community at 25N Coworking, their measure of success lies within each individual member, and it hinges on a few simple questions that serve as a key motivator and mission:
• Did you interact with someone that you’d like to continue a conversation with?
• Were you comfortable and productive?
• Did you leave more motivated than when you arrived?
Curious about 25N and coworking? Schedule a tour by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.