Finding the right office space is one of the most daunting challenges of a growing business. At Launch Workplaces, you’ll find an array of services and amenities to help your business realize its growth aspirations, including flexible terms for our dedicated offices, virtual offices, and coworking spaces.

From connecting likeminded companies to providing office hours with subject matter experts, to hosting social and networking events, Launch Workplaces prides itself on building and supporting the entrepreneur community.


You know what traditional commercial real estate agreements look like: a long-term lease, pricey furnishings, and office manager interviews. If you are a big business with a large staff, this may be the perfect solution for you. Several of our members have become prime lease tenants in the buildings Launch Workplaces operates.  We celebrate this growth and are proud to have been a part in the journey of these companies!

In a new focus, CRE is now looking too accommodate today’s small businesses and take advantage of cultural shifts to create new solutions. One of the biggest cultural shifts to happen in the last decade is the growth of the sharing economy. Companies like Uber and AirBnB are built on the idea of resource sharing.

Co-working spaces allow small businesses to share common resources — conference rooms, kitchens, data services such as internet and phone. Launch Workplaces members also benefit from the cultivation of community and collaboration at each of our locations.  We strive to provide each business with an opportunity to grow and most importantly Get Work Done!


Tired of the commercial office industry status quo where the interests of the building Owner who bears all the risk come last, The Brick Companies founded Launch Workplaces to create a new way of doing business to accommodate the increasing demands of our Tenants rather than being whip-sawed by the “market”.  The Launch way aligns the interests of the Owner and Tenants rather than competing them. It replaces the traditional model of long-term commitments to essentially unknown future space needs and replaces them with flexible financial and physical space architecture. The flexible-term model avoids locking in a long-term rental rate in a down market allowing for more real-time rent structures and ultimately affords the Owner more revenue and flexibility to configure the building.