Industrious HQ finds a new home in the Valley

Industrious HQ is a leading force in the coworking industry, providing five-star service, best-in-class workplace management and stunning design for companies and enterprises in over 30 locations across the country.

The coworking industry is booming and  gives companies and enterprises a better, more flexible office space than they can create and manage on their own.

Industrious pride themselves on making people excited and proud to go to work every day by enabling businesses of all sizes to offer their employees a welcoming, high-quality and productive workplace.

Douglas Lipka, the Community Manager for the newest Industrious HQ, stated that the company chose Old Town because “Scottsdale has proven to be an attractive location for companies for several reasons, not least of them being the quaintness of the Old Town and the local opportunities for hiking and outdoor living. The quality of life draws people, and therefore companies, to the area, and we want to be there to help companies grow. Scottsdale is a natural extension of the national network we want to cultivate, and we know Old Town in particular is a popular spot to live, work, and play with its local pride and thriving nightlife and culture.”

What sets Industrious apart from other co-working spaces?

Industrious employs an all-inclusive pricing scheme, with no hidden fees or costs, paired with the nation’s best hospitality standards and design.



At Industrious, they focus less on the age, sector or size of a company, and more about what a company needs. Industrious aims to help solve for all those problems for businesses and more.

There is a flat rate for the companies that they host, taking the headache out of office management and leasing. The monthly fee includes access all of the membership benefits; meaning there are no hidden fees or surprise expenses.

In the Scottsdale location, some amenities include a members’ terrace and balconies, newly upgraded interiors at Lincoln Towne Centre, phone booths, conference space, a cafe, and mother’s room, local coffee, artisanal pastries and fresh fruit on site.

Lipka added that the goal of the company is to “make sure that all our members and member companies feel comfortable and confident in bringing business partners into beautiful, hospitable spaces that go beyond the ordinary coworking office and exude professionalism.  Additional guests of Industrious members are permitted within the building alongside members, and are expected to adhere to the same policies of conduct we expect from members.”

Throughout their other locations across the country, and particularly in Scottsdale, Industrious wants to be able to give businesses the opportunity to grow and scale at whatever pace is comfortable for them. As these offices expand, they intend to be there to take the chores out of growth, encouraging businesses to refocus and do what they do best, rather than being occupied by the complicated moving and build out processes.

Industrious Scottsdale will open in spring 2018.

To learn more, you can request more info here.

Katherine Sorensen

Author: Katherine Sorensen

Katherine is a writer who holds a BA in English Literature from Arizona State University and works for Coplex, a local startup studio. In her spare time, Katherine can be found writing poetry, reading graphic novels, and watching Friends on Netflix for the 8th time in a row.

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