As freelancers, solopreneurs, and startups continue to transform the business landscape, the need for office space and commercial Real Estate is also evolving. Companies like WeWork are meeting this demand by providing flexible co-working spaces for individuals and small companies.
But in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park, an area populated by technological and bio-tech giants like Lenovo and BASF, they’re doing things a little differently. The Frontier is a re-purposed space designed to meet the needs of small companies and entrepreneurs who want be part of a community.
Located in the heart of Research Triangle Park, Frontier RTP has been a home for creative freelancers, startups, STEM professionals, and emerging companies since 2015. This multi-building, indoor/outdoor campus offers free co-working and meeting rooms that encourage collaboration, as well as half a million square feet of private offices and wet lab space where entrepreneurs and startups can grow.
To learn more, we spoke with Scott Levitan, CEO of the Research Triangle Foundation.