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5 new shared office space options in Toronto

Shared office space options in Toronto offer less solitary alternatives to working from home. These workspaces aren't filled with stuffy cubicles; they're ultra-contemporary destinations that make getting through your day job a painless and social affair. If you're tired of conducting business out of a cafe or just need a change of scenery, these are worth looking into.

Here are some new shared office space options in Toronto.

Northspace
This North York space is geared toward startups and small businesses. Its goal is to get residents' creative juices flowing by fostering collaborations between them - so expect no shortage of office chatter. The amenities offered make for a pretty cushy work situation: there's 24/7 access, a personal administrator, plenty of networking events, an open pantry, a games room, and much more.

Fold
Fold brands itself as a "co-working space for architecture & design professionals" and is populated by architects, landscapers and interior designers. It should come as no surprise that a new spot for working creatives has landed near the Junction Triangle - it's been branded as Toronto's new gallery district. The ultra-modern space has dedicated desks, a material library and a conference room.

Kibbutz
For $150 you'll gain unlimited access to the Kibbutz space, making it one of the most affordable options in the city. If you want a more permanent situation, you'll have to shell out an extra $150 - but your purchase will do some good: for every dedicated desk purchased, the company gives a new young resident a free workspace and mentorship opportunities.

Orange Offices
Orange Offices occupies a four-floor brick and beam building on King West. The trend-forward space is home to a mix of private offices and dedicated desks and boasts all the office amenities you'll need to get down to business.

Execuspace Toronto
Execuspace Toronto is located in an 1870's heritage building just east of the Financial District and caters to a diverse clientele (you'll find lawyers, consultants and even freelancers in its offices). If you want to dip your toes into Execuspace before committing to a dedicated space, opt for a virtual office - the company will provide you with everything you need to run your business remotely.

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