Flexible Warehouse Innovator Announces Expansion Plans

WorkHub Developments, a leading innovator in the booming business of flexible warehousing and office space, is expanding its corporate footprint to meet growing demands from corporate and entrepreneurial communities.WorkHub announced it will open its first out-of-state WorkHub location in the spring of 2023, in Centennial, Colorado.

In addition to this new location, WorkHub announced that Magnolia, Texas enterprise has broken ground on two new facility locations: a new 59,675-square-foot space in Conroe, Texas, and a 57,990-square-foot industrial flex space office and warehouse concept in Spring, Texas.

WorkHub was founded by serial entrepreneurs Roberto Valenzuela (CEO) and Alfredo Amparan (CFO). As the owners and builders of several successful small businesses, they experienced challenges when they wanted to add warehouse space of 2000 square feet or less. They soon realized that other small businesses were dealing with the same challenge of finding adequate small warehousing space. As a result, WorkHub was born.

“WorkHub is a unique concept designed to meet the needs of businesses looking for office/warehousing space of 2,000 square feet or less,” said Valenzuela. “We know this is an underserved market and our company is tailored to bring the types of value-added services such as shared truck dock spaces, shared forklifts and employee perk plans, connections to Angel Fund Investors and even NO security deposits, setting us apart in this market space and allowing our family of companies to grow at lower net operational cost.”

WorkHub’s industrial Flex Spaces also offer great aesthetic appeal. “Our locations offer ample parking as well as other above-average standards, such as substantial amounts of skylight and extra insulation so businesses save on utility costs. We also offer full turn-key property management services at each location,“ said Amparan.

Today, more than 30 companies operate their businesses in one of WorkHub’s seven locations across Greater Houston.

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