The Commons is designed by and for
the modern-day entrepreneur.
Here "office space" is a radically different concept.
Contemporary entrepreneurs want work environments that offer sufficient freedom for innovation, and yet remain approachable to their more traditional clients. They need a space that recognizes their distinctive needs.
Aesthetically, The Commons boasts a modern-vintage industrial style. As a purposeful rejection of the corporate cubicle culture, the furnishings reflect the sensibilities of a well-designed home, not a traditional corporate office. The Commons claims soaring exposed ceilings framed by chalkboard walls for brainstorming, creating, doodling, or scheduling, all in an open-concept office format.