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Tampa Bay co-working spaces rebound as many tire of the home office

TAMPA — Most company offices may be deserted, but Bay 3 Co-Work is buzzing.



a person sitting on a bench next to a window: Brittany Ward sits at a desk at Bay 3 Co-Work, a multi-use co-working space at Armature Works, on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020 in Tampa. Despite the pandemic, co-working spaces say they're recouping most their members and then some.


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Brittany Ward sits at a desk at Bay 3 Co-Work, a multi-use co-working space at Armature Works, on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020 in Tampa. Despite the pandemic, co-working spaces say they’re recouping most their members and then some.

Co-working spaces like Station House in St. Petersburg, Hyde House in Hyde Park Village and the new Office Evolution Space on Harbour Island are, too. It might not look the same as pre-pandemic days: There are no groups cluttered together, anyone walking about is in a mask, the hand sanitizer is plentiful, and the air smells of Lysol. But in 2020, these co-working spaces might be the closest to the pre-pandemic work life anyone can get.



a living room filled with furniture and a large window: Space at Bay 3 Co-Work, a multi-use co-working space located at Armature Works, on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020 in Tampa.


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Space at Bay 3 Co-Work, a multi-use co-working space located

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