A North Carolina chain of co-working spaces is planning a new location in Charleston as the trendy shared offices become increasingly common in the Lowcountry.
HQ Community, which has three locations in North Carolina, hopes to open a co-working office on the peninsula, said Allyson Sutton, the company’s director of marketing.
Details on the project are still limited, Sutton said, and the company is still looking for real estate and local partners. In other cities, the company has found downtown spots near colleges and universities, and it has offered a mix of private office suites and open desks for rent.
HQ Community hopes to have a space lined up by the end of the year, and it’s aiming to open next year.

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