This new coworking space shows how you can incorporate wellness elements to improve productivity, engagement and health

by Brianna Crandall — July 18, 2018 — WORK WELL WIN, a well-working and flexible workspace company, just announced the opening of its Greenwich, Connecticut, location at 330 Railroad Avenue. The space will also serve as the company’s headquarters as it continues to build coworking spaces across the country designed to improve productivity, engagement and health.

Coworking space with green walls, private booths

WORK WELL WIN spaces are built around core elements of wellness to help members focus on their day-to-day projects, while being mindful of their health. Image courtesy WORK WELL WIN

WORK WELL WIN spaces are built around core elements of wellness to include amenities like purified air and water, optimal natural light, ergonomic furniture and standing desks, fruit-infused purified water, private phone booths and other smart thermal and acoustic factors. These features help members concentrate on their day-to-day projects, while being mindful of their health.

Additional amenities include high-speed internet and top-of-the-line printers to maximize the holistic environment.

The space is a collaboration between Albina Dobruskin, Granoff Architects and Cecilia Walker, head of Design at WORK WELL WIN. To highlight the Greenwich building’s historical roots, WORK WELL WIN incorporated industrial elements such as exposed brick, ceiling and ductwork, naturally lit hallways, contemporary industrial lighting and metal accents, along with filtered air systems, a moss plant wall and a 1,000-year-old petrified live-edge wood kitchen counter.

Seamless integration of wellness with flexible terms

Founded by former WeWork Head of Domestic Development Frank Bistrian, WORK WELL WIN creates unique collaborative workspaces for remote executives, Fortune 500 professionals and solopreneurs seeking premier amenities, privacy and an environment that seamlessly integrates wellness into the workday, while also providing a variety of flexible terms for companies of all sizes.

CEO Bistrian remarked:

We know that wellness impacts and influences productivity, engagement and health. There is a growing demand for wellness-oriented amenities incorporated into a workspace environment. We infuse wellness into both the design and operations of all our spaces and are the first co-working solution that provides companies an unparalleled professional wellness environment from which to scale.

WORK WELL WIN previously launched a location in Austin, Texas, and currently has eight locations in development within the US. The company anticipates opening 90 spaces in the next five years. For more information, visit the WORK WELL WIN website.