Since the advent of the hybrid workplace, the home office movement has taken hold and changed the way that many contractors, corporate workers, entrepreneurs, and small business owners get work done. While working remotely certainly has its benefits, many professionals are beginning to find that spending 40 hours or more a week in a home office isn't the best choice. According to the INAA, working remotely can blur the line between professional working environments and a person's personal life.
As it turns out, having a dedicated, safe space to work privately or collaborate with others can boost efficiency and increase morale. Working in an office environment with readily-available resources like printers and meeting rooms makes accomplishing tasks and making progress much more manageable. For business owners and startups, the prospect of being unproductive at home just won't cut it.
That's where The Runway's co-working space comes into play.
A new take on the modern-day office, co-working spaces give individuals, entrepreneurs, startups, and business owners access to private desks, office resources, inclusive amenities, and exclusive perks. Imagine a purpose-built space filled with hardworking professionals, all employed by different organizations with different goals and tasks. The building has many different rooms, from communal areas with shared workspaces to large, private offices with frosted glass. Here, workers from every background can network with like-minded colleagues while having a dedicated place to work and collaborate.
From exciting startups owners working seven days a week to individuals needing a quiet place to do research, co-working office spaces offer help provide:
If you're looking for an affordable office space for rent in Charleston, SC, a co-working space might be the perfect solution. But with more than 17,000 co-working spaces around the globe, what makes The Runway so special?
Business Center with Scanning and Printing
Secure, 24/7 Access to Your Co-Working Space
Access to Onsite Networking Events
Friendly and Productive Atmosphere
When you rent with The Runway, you'll enjoy modern workspaces, shared and private desks, and private office options. Plus, with access to our fully-stocked Pilot's lounge and even a business address, you'll be set up for success on day one.
Whether you're looking for a co-working space for your new startup or you simply need a one room office space for rent in Charleston, SC, we have all the amenities you'd expect and more. Our goal is to provide our clients with a professional atmosphere where business-minded individuals and teams can work independently while still being a part of something bigger. It all starts by choosing the best office space rental options for your business needs.
At The Runway, we offer a wide variety of rental options to best suit your needs, whether you're looking for a quick day pass for a few hours of work or you need a frequent monthly commitment. Plans at The Runway include the following:
Don't need to spend much time at The Runway? With our day pass, you can enjoy access at any time of day to our state-of-the-art lobby, conference room with frosted privacy glass, and convenient business center with printing and scanning. Relax in our fully-stocked Pilot's Lounge or get straight to work at the high tops.
Sometimes you need a clean, impressive meeting room for those big clients, but you don't want to sign a monthly contract. We get it! Our meeting room rental options are fully equipped for modern meetings with plenty of seating, privacy glass, high-speed internet, natural light, flat-screen TVs, and more. This option allows you to impress your business partners or guests without breaking the bank.
Our hot-desk options are perfect for individuals who may only need to use our co-working space a few times a week. Members can choose from a part-time hot desk with three days per week access or a full-time hot desk with five days per week access. Unlike our day passes, our hot desk rental options include access to the Pilot's Lounge and Conference Room.
Renters can also enjoy access to our state-of-the-art lobby any time of day, conference room with frosted privacy glass, and convenient business center with printing and scanning. When it's time to take a break, relax in our fully-stocked Pilot's Lounge before you get back to work. If you're looking for an office space for entrepreneurs in Charleston, SC, this option is a great choice.
If having a private desk to yourself is non-negotiable, The Runway has plenty of options for you to consider. Our private desks are an affordable solution for anyone who wants a budget-friendly option and requires a private space. When you rent one of our private desks, you'll get more perks than our day pass options, like a business address, mail service, conference room access, and access to the fully stocked Pilot's Lounge. It's all included in your monthly rate!
Whether you're working on a top-secret digital marketing campaign or you're just an introverted professional, our private office rentals are for you. In fact, many workers use 3300 W Montague Ave as their business address. When you rent a private office on a monthly basis, you'll enjoy a fully-furnished executive office with janitorial and valet trash services, 24/7 access to both our facility and an online Co-working Hub, and invitations to exclusive networking events. If you're looking for an alternative to the premium pricing found in most office parks and corporate centers, consider this option.
If you're like many of our clients at The Runway, you're probably wondering, "Why should I choose a co-working space in Charleston, SC, near me instead of a traditional office space?"
The truth is co-working spaces with flexible workplace options have drastically changed the way professionals work. Over the last few years, more self-employed business owners and companies have taken advantage of the savings and convenience co-working spaces offer. In the past, the only options on the table were limited by nature, at rates that seemed ridiculous, even for major companies.
On the other hand, co-working spaces offer professionals the chance to move right away to a fully-functioning, comfortable workspace in a business-centric part of town. Unlike traditional office space rentals, The Runway provides you with everything you need to be successful and grow your business, whether you're a sole proprietor or have several employees.
With a properly equipped co-working space, you can focus on accomplishing your goals and finishing your day-to-day tasks without the headaches of moving into and maintaining an expensive office. Co-working spaces offered by The Runway provide:
On the other hand, traditional office spaces often feature:
With the growing popularity of office rooms for rent in Charleston, SC, many types of businesses and people are inhabiting these spaces, from popular companies to self-starters and everyone in between. Here is a quick glance at some of the most common professionals using The Runway's co-working office space.
Yes, you read that correctly. Remote work is often associated with Zoom calls and home offices, but remote employees can benefit greatly from co-working offices. Most remotely-employed workers enjoy having more freedom but want to use it responsibly. They choose co-working spaces because, unlike working from home, they benefit from socialization, structure, and the ability to brainstorm with others.
As is the case with remote workers, freelancing doesn't inherently mean you have a dedicated workspace or home office. Since having a home office isn't always a guarantee, we find that many freelancers flourish at The Runway. Even freelancers who have home offices often prefer to work in a more structured environment to reduce distractions and downtime. For hardworking freelancers, co-working spaces present an opportunity for more productivity and career progress. When you add access to client meeting rooms, printers, scanners, free Wi-Fi, and even a business mailing address, co-working offices are often no-brainers for freelancers.
Especially in the early stages of growth, entrepreneurs need a dedicated, productive space to grow their business and determine the next steps to success. Depending on the industry, entrepreneurial work can quickly clutter your personal space, both physically at home and mentally, in your head. That's often the first reason why entrepreneurs flock to co-working spaces â they're away from home, where they're more inclined to relax and be unproductive. Whether you're looking for a private office or simply a desk where you can work away from home, The Runway is the solution you need.
A co-working space for startups in Charleston, SC, is a great idea because it provides a central location for full-time work, office meetings, and more. Startups are often defined by a team's ability to come together, brainstorm, produce a product, and fill a need. With The Runway's co-working office for startups, you can do exactly that.
Plus, having a co-working office space for a startup team saves money. If you've ever had the chance to grow a company from the ground up, you know first-hand how important budgets are for your business. When you rent from The Runway, you won't have to worry about expenses like management fees, insurance, power, internet, reinstatement fees, and other overhead costs.
If you own or manage a small to mid-size business, you know how expensive office space is in Charleston. As is the case with startups, many businesses use The Runway's private meeting rooms and offices to conduct business at a fraction of the cost of a traditional office. Plus, they use the space to connect with other businesses, professionals, and freelancers who often become valuable resources. As an added bonus, co-working spaces like those at The Runway have been shown to boost morale and provide a sense of camaraderie, collaboration, and community.
Co-working and shared workspaces from The Runway are cost-effective, convenient, and full of value for hardworking people looking to get ahead. Though co-working offices have grown in popularity, with approximately 24,000 locations globally, they're still a mystery to many. If you still have questions, we invite you to contact our office today to learn more about The Runway. Until we speak, here are just a few of the most frequently asked questions we encounter.
Q. Do co-working spaces actually work? My friend uses a desk from The Runway and swears by it, but I'm not convinced.
A. The short answer to this question is a resounding "Yes!" Thousands of people use co-working offices as a reliable way to stay productive and professional. In fact, research from Harvard Business Review states that surveyed workers benefit from more motivation, higher productivity, and more valuable social interactions.
Q. What does The Runway's co-working space offer?
A. The Runway is a co-working office space and community that offers clients a modern, purpose-built place to work and succeed. Depending on their needs, members enjoy many options and perks, including:
Q. What is the point of co-working spaces?
A. Co-working spaces like The Runway give professionals a chance to work in a professional setting without the overhead costs and headaches of a traditional office. Whether solo or in a team, The Runway offers diverse groups of workers the opportunity to thrive professionally while connecting with others.
At The Runway, we're passionate about empowering risk-takers, dreamers, and businesspeople of all backgrounds with affordable office space for rent in Charleston, SC. Whether you're just starting a new venture or you're a veteran freelancer, The Runway is where your business can take off. Contact our office today to reserve your co-working space or to learn more about our day passes and monthly options.
NC State basketball enters the 2023-24 season with another transfer-heavy roster to surround returners DJ Burns Jr. and Casey Mors...
The Wolfpack opens the year against The Citadel at PNC Arena on Monday (7 p.m., ACC Network Extra). NC State won 23 games under seventh-year head coach Kevin Keatts last season and made their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2018.
The Wolfpack’s season ended with a first-round loss to Creighton, but NC State welcomed eight new players to the roster this season, including Arizona State transfer DJ Horne and Butler transfer Jayden Taylor.
Here’s a look at some things to know and a score prediction for the Wolfpack’s season opener against The Citadel.
No stranger to Raleigh or North Carolina, DJ Horne returns to his home state as a player expected to be among NC State’s most important pieces this season. Horne averaged 12.5 points and made 72 three-pointers last year for the Sun Devils, who made the NCAA Tournament. A product of Trinity Christian School in Fayetteville, Horne averaged 18.5 points in two tournament games last season.
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NC State’s headliner and top returning scorer, DJ Burns will be asked to do a bit more this season as the leader of the Pack. After averaging 8.0 points in his first 12 games at State, Burns averaged 16.3 points over the next 19 games. He’ll need to do a better job of staying out of foul trouble, but Burns should remain a force as one of the top big men in the ACC.
NC State is a perfect 12-0 in the all-time series against The Citadel, including an 83-63 win in 2019. The Bulldogs, who haven’t posted a winning record since 2009, are coming off a 10-22 season. This game should provide the Wolfpack’s newcomers with a chance to build some chemistry and early momentum.
NC State 83, The Citadel 64: Despite the new-look roster, there’s no reason to expect a loss out of the gate. The Wolfpack will have a chance to play everybody in this one.
Staff writer Rodd Baxley can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or @RoddBaxley on X/Twitter.
PHOENIX, Nov. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC ("Greystar"), a global leader in the investment, development, and management of real estate, including rental housing, logistics and life sciences, today announced that it has broken ground on City North Residential Phase II."We are excited for our partnership with SofMac Partners and Security Benefit Life Insurance Company on the second phase of the City North project," said Billy Cundiff, Managing Director, Development, Greystar. "City ...
PHOENIX, Nov. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC ("Greystar"), a global leader in the investment, development, and management of real estate, including rental housing, logistics and life sciences, today announced that it has broken ground on City North Residential Phase II.
"We are excited for our partnership with SofMac Partners and Security Benefit Life Insurance Company on the second phase of the City North project," said Billy Cundiff, Managing Director, Development, Greystar. "City North allows us to deliver a world-class residential development that is adjacent to office space, dining, entertainment and shopping options, which stimulates the local economy and helps Phoenix continue to grow as a desirable destination."
City North Residential Phase II will add 348 residences to the 272 that are currently underway in Phase I. Floorplans will be available in one- and two-bedroom layouts that range from 621 sq. ft. to 1,439 sq. ft. The seven-story building will have five residential stories as well as a parking garage, a rooftop amenity deck, relaxing landscaping, and breathtaking mountain views.
The second phase will feature refined boutique hotel-inspired in-home finishes like two toned cabinetry, quartz countertops and designer tile backsplashes. The community will boast a seven-story rooftop amenity deck that features a state-of-the-art fitness center, resort style pool and spa, outdoor cabanas and more. The ground-floor clubhouse and coworking spaces will feature two-story volume and storefront glass that bathes the space in natural light. The surrounding desertscape inspired the design of the exterior architecture and landscaping.
City North Residential Phase II, which is situated within the City North master plan, includes walking access to retail, restaurants, coffee shops, fitness studios and more along High Street with additional retail and restaurants. The community is also in close proximity to major existing and future employment uses including Mayo Clinic, Discount Tire, Republic Services and American Express.
Preleasing for the community is slated to begin in late 2025 with final completion planned for the second quarter of 2026. Lawrence Lake Interiors is overseeing the interior design, the architecture firm is Architects Orange and ABLA is the landscape architect. City North Residential Phase II is developed together with our equity partner SofMac Partners and lender Security Benefit Life Insurance Company.
About Greystar Greystar is a leading, fully integrated global real estate company offering expertise in property management, investment management, development, and construction services in institutional-quality rental housing, logistics, and life sciences sectors. Headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, Greystar manages and operates more than $280 billion of real estate in 241 markets globally with offices throughout North America, Europe, South America, and the Asia-Pacific region. Greystar is the largest operator of apartments in the United States, manages more than 822,100 units/beds globally, and has a robust institutional investment management platform comprised of more than $75 billion of assets under management, including over $32 billion of development assets. Greystar was founded by Bob Faith in 1993 to become a provider of world-class service in the rental residential real estate business. To learn more, visit www.greystar.com.
About SofMac SofMac Partners is an investment manager and developer mandated by private investors and select institutional investors to gain exposure to targeted rental housing sectors in growth markets in the U.S. In partnership with Greystar, SofMac has eight projects in different stages of development representing over US$300m in AUM.
About Security Benefit Security Benefit Corporation ("Security Benefit"), through its subsidiary Security Benefit Life Insurance Company (SBL), a Kansas-based insurance company that has been in business for more than 131 years, is a leader in the U.S. retirement market. Security Benefit together with its affiliates offers products in a full range of retirement markets and wealth segments for employers and individuals and held $47.6 billion in assets under management as of December 31, 2022. Security Benefit, an Eldridge business, continues its mission of helping Americans To and Through Retirement®. Learn more at www.securitybenefit.com.
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From the moment you step through the black iron gate from the sidewalk straight through to the opening cocktail, the experience at Southbound is superb.The two-story single house on Cannon Street has slate gray siding and a big wraparound porch. It was built in the mid-19th century, and the entire structure has been stunningly restored after being nearly ...
From the moment you step through the black iron gate from the sidewalk straight through to the opening cocktail, the experience at Southbound is superb.
The two-story single house on Cannon Street has slate gray siding and a big wraparound porch. It was built in the mid-19th century, and the entire structure has been stunningly restored after being nearly destroyed by an arsonist two decades ago. Dining spaces are now tucked into various small rooms on each floor, and more tables are arrayed on a charming brick-paved patio along the left side of the house.
You’re greeted at the host stand on the porch, then led directly into the kitchen. Behind a green-tiled chef’s counter, cooks in white shirts and black aprons slide pans around in a massive wood-fired brick oven and turn hunks of meat above the roaring flames of a gaucho-style grill.
It all makes for a dramatic first impression, and the intrigue builds as you head around the corner into the small first-floor dining room or up the stairs to the second-story bar and take a seat at one of the tall, white marble-topped tables.
The cocktail menu is a delight. It’s a slim volume bound in black leather like a mid-20th-century bartender’s guide. Within its stylish pages, the beverages hew toward the classics — margaritas, Sazeracs, Negronis.
The Vieux Carré ($18) is a fine rendition of the New Orleans standard, with a solid rye foundation and a touch of sweetness from cognac and benedictine. The Biplane ($17) incorporates Cocchi di Torino instead of bitter Amaro Nonino, putting a small, slightly sweeter twist on the bourbon-based Paper Plane (which itself is a big twist on the gin-based Last Word.)
No placemats are to be found on the smooth white tabletops, but the cocktails do arrive on white bev naps. The ice water is crisply cold, smooth vocal jazz purrs from overhead speakers, and the flatware is sleek and gold-finished. If a dish requires a serving spoon, the utensil is positioned with its golden bowl propped on a tiny oyster shell — a small but crafty touch. A thin gold ring wraps each rolled black napkin and is whisked stealthily away once you’ve unfurled the cloth.
Charleston diners have enjoyed Brown’s Court Bakery’s Hawaiian rolls at The Ordinary, where the slider-sized buns are baked and stuffed with crispy fried oysters and fresno mayonnaise.
Burger aficionados have experienced the bakery’s full-sized buns buttered and stuffed with beef and cheese at Ted’s Butcherblock and at BlackOut Burger, serving two of The Post and Courier’s top 20 burgers in Charleston.
The list of well-known Charleston dishes incorporating Brown’s Court Bakery buns, breads, English muffins and other baked goods goes on, with the number of local restaurants and hotels placing weekly orders totaling close to 60. Many of those eateries will have to make significant changes to their menus when the beloved bakery that opened 11 years ago this month permanently closes its doors on Nov. 17.
It’s not just Brown’s Court’s wholesale clients that are going to be impacted by the loss of a place that has become a fixture in downtown Charleston’s Cannonborough-Elliottborough neighborhood. Locals who have grown accustomed to swinging by the 199 St. Philip St. shop — many of whom continue to leave comments on Brown’s Court’s Nov. 4 social media post announcing the closure — will miss their weekly ham and cheese croissant, cinnamon roll, scone, Danish, breakfast sandwich or, a personal favorite, Captain Crunch cookie.
The decision to close did not come easy, Brown’s Court Bakery owner David Schnell told The Post and Courier. Schnell informed his wholesale clients on Nov. 3, calling the process of shutting down his business “emotional.”
“I just figured we’d sort of close without any fanfare,” said Schnell, discussing the long line that formed outside the bakery Nov. 5. “It’s honestly amazing to see the city show us the love.”
Brown’s Court opened in 2012. Schnell got married less than a year later, and his daughter was born in January 2014. During those first few years, he recalls taking naps in the storage closet upstairs in between 18-hour workdays.
Brown’s Court’s first wholesale clients were Mike Lata of The Ordinary and FIG, Kevin Johnson of The Grocery and Josh Keeler of Two Boroughs Larder, which closed in 2016. At the time, Keeler and his wife Heather said they were shutting down the popular 5-year-old Cannonborough-Elliottborough restaurant in deference to their quality of life. Seven years later, Schnell and his wife can relate.
As difficult as the closing process has been, operating over the last three years has been burdensome for Schnell and his team of bakers, who fire up the ovens at 4 a.m. each morning. With a staffing shortage that never resolved itself post-pandemic, Schnell said he has been at Brown’s Court nearly every single day since 2020. The employees who have stayed on have been putting in long hours in order to keep up with the wholesale side of the business, he said.
Making a wide range of savory and sweet baked goods has, over the years, made Brown’s Court Bakery a one-stop shop for many of those wholesale clients. Schnell considered dialing back those efforts, but he wasn’t sure if Brown’s Court could survive financially with a retail-only operation.
Schnell has been amazed by the many people who have reached out since news of Brown’s Court’s closure went public. To know local chefs and Charleston residents appreciated the work the bakery’s staff has always put in means a lot, Schnell said.
Memories of the first time Jeremiah Bacon placed an order and Ted Dombrowski used a Brown’s Court bun to make a burger will stick with him as he looks ahead to the future, he said. Schnell is considering taking on a desk job, but there is always a chance you will see him selling baguettes at a local farmers market sometime down the road.
It might be a new season, but the late-game heroics that became a hallmark of the College of Charleston’s season a year ago were still around Monday night against Iona.Ante Brzovic scored 16 points, including the game-winning layup with 32 seconds to play, to lift College of Charleston past Iona, 71-69, in the season opener for both schools on Nov. 6 at a sold out TD Arena.Coming off a 31-4 campaign, a 20-game win streak and an NCAA Tournament appearance, expectations surrounding the College of Charleston program heading ...
It might be a new season, but the late-game heroics that became a hallmark of the College of Charleston’s season a year ago were still around Monday night against Iona.
Ante Brzovic scored 16 points, including the game-winning layup with 32 seconds to play, to lift College of Charleston past Iona, 71-69, in the season opener for both schools on Nov. 6 at a sold out TD Arena.
Coming off a 31-4 campaign, a 20-game win streak and an NCAA Tournament appearance, expectations surrounding the College of Charleston program heading into the new season were as high as they have been in more than two decades.
An hour before tipoff, more than a thousand students were lined up on George Street in hopes of grabbing a ticket.
This wasn’t going to be one of those easy cupcake season-opening matchups against an overmatched opponent.
The Cougars were facing another elite mid-major program in the Gaels.
The Gaels are coming off an historic season of their own, going 27-8 season last year, winning a MAAC Tournament title, and advancing to the NCAA Tournament. Iona lost in the opening round to Connecticut, which went on to win the national championship.
The Cougars needed every bit of their late-game magic from last year to beat the Gaels.
“At the end of the day to find a way and to have the wherewithal and toughness and the grit and tenacity to grind out a win in a grind type of game is something our guys should be proud of,” said College of Charleston coach Pat Kelsey. “It was a tractor pull kind of game. It was ugly. I’m proud of our guys that they found a way to win.
“That’s a very good, very athletic team. Their deal is to disrupt you and press 94-feet and take you out of what you normally do. We ran zero set plays the whole game, but that’s what they force you to do.”
Trailing 69-68 with less than a minute to play, the Cougars put the ball into Brzovic’s hands. The 6-10 Croatian native, who has been nursing an injured foot, took two dribbles, spun into the lane and laid the ball into the hoop for the go-ahead basket.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy is scheduled to participate in a media availability Friday during the ship's port call in Charleston.The Healy conducted an Arctic deployment to provide U.S. surface presence, high-latitude research in support of international cooperation, and engagements with Arctic partner nations. During the deployment, Healy conducted joint operations in the Barents Sea with the Norwegian Coast Guard, as well as joint operations with Danish and Icelandic sea se...
CHARLESTON, S.C. — The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy is scheduled to participate in a media availability Friday during the ship's port call in Charleston.
The Healy conducted an Arctic deployment to provide U.S. surface presence, high-latitude research in support of international cooperation, and engagements with Arctic partner nations. During the deployment, Healy conducted joint operations in the Barents Sea with the Norwegian Coast Guard, as well as joint operations with Danish and Icelandic sea services while operating in the North Atlantic. The cutter also hosted a science roundtable with researchers from the U.S., Norway, and other nations.
WHO: Capt. Michele Schallip, commanding officer of Healy
WHAT: Healy's commanding officer will be available to speak with media members regarding the unit's current deployment, scientific efforts, and international engagements.
WHERE: 2 Charlotte St., Charleston, SC 29403, Berth One
WHEN: Friday, 9 a.m., Nov. 3, 2023.
Editor's Note: Media are asked to RSVP by 5 p.m., Thursday, with the Coast Guard's Public Affairs Detachment Jacksonville at 786-393-4138 or by emailing D7PADETNorth@gmail.com. Interested media are requested to arrive by 8:30 a.m., Friday, with a valid driver's license and proof of insurance to be processed through port security.
Homeported in Seattle, Washington, Healy is the Coast Guard's only icebreaker designed specifically to support research and is the nation's sole surface presence routinely operating in the Arctic Ocean. The platform is ideally specialized for scientific missions, providing access to the most remote reaches of the Arctic Ocean, areas barricaded by pack ice and unreachable by most research vessels. Since its commissioning in 1999, Healy has served as one of two active polar icebreakers and is the largest and most technologically advanced icebreaker in the Coast Guard. Healy accommodates a crew of 84 with a primary mission of scientific support. As a Coast Guard cutter, Healy is also a capable platform for supporting other missions in the polar regions, including logistics, search and rescue, ship escort, environmental protection, and enforcement of laws and treaties.
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