Is the coworking space model oversaturated?
Mark Morris started WorkHive in 2012 He says it was an accident. One friend was a landscape architect like himself and another was a traditional architect. All three of them needed a workspace. "We had a little bit more room than we needed. We had a few empty desks. And we had six desks, and those filled up pretty quickly. It was an accident that we backed up into the coworking world. It started at the CRANE building on 200 South and 200 West. Morris now has four employees and Workhive has moved just west of Squatters in downtown Salt Lake City.. "One of the best things about coworking spaces is that you can have a lot of the social advantages if you want it. You can bounce ideas off people. But at the same time you don't have to interact with everyone. You can mind your own business and do your own thing." said Tim Sullivan who owns Township + Range, a transportation planning company inside of Workhive.