LifeWorking Enterprises LLC Coworking Announces Lease Signing

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LifeWorking Enterprises - Lake Forest coworking to open in August 2016

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“LifeWorking Enterprises” said Steve Whittington, Founder and CEO, “is not simply about space. It’s about “place”, about a community within a community where you can be your most productive, can collaborate and network professionally AND socially.”

Today, LifeWorking Enterprises announced the signing of a lease at 717 N. Forest Avenue with L3 Capital, for 7,800 square feet.

LifeWorking Enterprises – Lake Forest will be a place to focus, create, collaborate, network, rejuvenate and enjoy in Lake Forest’s vibrant city setting with unique and nationally recognized retail, great food and the iconic Market Square and Metra line only steps away. LifeWorking will offer this to the diverse community of freelancers, solopreneurs, community groups, small businesses and larger companies in Lake Forest and our near-Northshore neighbors.

“LifeWorking Enterprises” said Steve Whittington, Founder and CEO, “is not simply about space. It’s about “place”, about a community within a community where you can be your most productive, can collaborate and network professionally AND socially.”

LifeWorking Enterprises will be a network of productivity and collaboration coworking “places” in the Chicagoland suburbs and downtown - focusing on the design, technology, amenities and experiences that enable members’ best, most productive marginal minute – whether networking, job working or any other “life-working.”

“LifeWorking will not only provide an incredibly creative, flexible and, cost effective workspace for our team,” said Corbett Lamb, Founder and CEO of Inneraction Communications, “but it will provide a collaborative and engaging environment that will inspire us to action, and encourage the active extension of our network. We are humbled and excited to be a part of the LifeWorking Enterprises – Lake Forest’s launch, and look forward to being a part of their growth and success.”

POSITIVE CUSTOMER IMPACT
Many entrepreneurs and corporate employees have already benefited from the creative and collaborative environment that a coworking place provides. The majority indicating coworking increased their professional networks, led to new and improved skills and generally improved their personal and professional success.

“In a corporate world that recognizes the importance of work-life balance for teammates,” said Howard Baskin, US HQ Facilities Manager for a multi-billion dollar international corporation, “LifeWorking Enterprises will provide corporations with valued flexible workplace options for its employees.”

AVAILABILITY
LifeWorking Enterprises projects to have the Lake Forest space completed by August, 2016 and is actively seeking founding corporate, non-profit and small business members to join their community. Pre-opening tours are being planned along with events to introduce Lake Forest, and our Northshore community neighbors to this new “way to work”.

LifeWorking Enterprises plans to expand to targeted “live/play” Chicagoland downtown and suburban communities to strengthen their value proposition to corporate partners and drive towards their vision of Live Life Do More – enabling a positive sense of work-life integration and allowing members to more quickly pivot between work, career and the rest of what makes life enjoyable and important to them.

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