The Flagship, designed to facilitate the growth of Charleston’s tech economy, has 33 private offices to host a variety of companies at various stages of growth. Additionally, there are 16 “touchdown nooks” designed to accommodate remote workers, co-working, start-up companies, and employees of member companies just seeking a change of scenery.
The design aesthetic, office configurations, and amenities reflect the growing trend of a hybrid workforce and include showers, nap/relaxation room, modern conference and training facilities, 3 private phone/Zoom rooms, a podcast studio, and restaurant-style meeting booths.
“We are proud to deliver a vibrant, energetic and flexible workspace in support of Charleston’s growing tech community and recognize the team effort and solid public-private partnership needed to make the Charleston Tech Center and Flagship a reality,” said Charleston Digital Corridor Foundation Chairman Kirk King.
“Recognizing the importance of building a resilient economy, the city has made strategic investments in support of economic diversification,” said Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg. “I am confident our participation with the development of the Charleston Tech Center and adjacent parking garage will accelerate the growth of Charleston’s high-wage tech economy.”
To learn more about The Flagship, take a tour, or make an office reservation, contact Ernest Andrade or call 843-607-1264.
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