Modern Work Suites and Studios – Love Where You Work
We should love where we work—we should walk in our office everyday feeling confident, inspired, and rejuvenated. For some, this might seem like wishful thinking. Lucky for us, Curt Brannon saw it as a reality…and he made it one. Curt’s vision for Modern Work Suites & Studios was a 60s-style “Business Ecosystem” that would foster creativity, relationships, and entrepreneurial spirit.
Why the 60s? It was a time of expression and good vibes. Curt wanted to exemplify these elements by creating a work space where people can be serious about their business and passions, but they don’t have to feel like they need to take themselves too seriously all time. From the sleek, retro decor to all the inspired amenities offered at Modern Work, tenants are already finding themselves able to let loose and get work done.
With 50,000 square feet, Modern Work Suites & Studios is made up of over 45 private single studios, 18 double studios, nine triple studios, and nine suites. Each floor plan delivers an ideal office space for businesses and entrepreneurs in need of an office to rent in Omaha. The best part is, tenants are given the opportunity to customize their office by selecting from a catalog of desks, bookshelves, chairs, and lamps—a free perk included in the rent. They even get to choose an accent wall color!
Additional amenities include three levels of WiFi a business can choose from; four separate conference rooms; a 60s-style “mixx lounge” community space where workers can relax and enjoy free coffee, along with food and beverage items for sale; a low-impact gym; world-class video production room; free and easy-access parking; a business service center where things like fax services, copying, and scanning documents are available; a mailing and packaging service; and game rooms to blow off some steam, featuring a ping-pong table, pool table, and Lego room.
Modern Work Suites & Studios is in the iconic Pamida building at 88th and F Street, conveniently located two turns off I-80 and 84th Street, putting you in the middle of everything.