Last updated December 3rd 2015

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Shared working spaces have been a hot venture, with the popularity of burgeoning startup’s all across the globe. In 2013, Mindspace was launched in Tel Aviv in the heart of Rothschild Boulevard, bringing a much-need transformation to the startup market. Sprawling over two floors and 2000 sq meters of shared space, the original Mindspace is still home to a thriving community of startups, creators, designers – both Israeli and international.

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Starting their mission to be “more than an office space,” Mindspace acts as a community, with a friendly and creative vibe that is always warm and inviting – in addition to boasting an effective, smart, and beautifully-designed shared workspace. With an unlimited amount of networking opportunities, new creative partnerships, the space has been the perfect home for many – including us.

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Flexible membership plans expand the possibilities, and make it possible for everyone to find the perfect space for their needs – ranging from private offices to communal work tables, and everything in between. A constantly stocked kitchen with complimentary tea, coffee, and infused water, bicycles for loan, meeting rooms on standby and a friendly enthusiastic community manager only add to the charm. To ensure that the work-week drudgery isn’t maintained, there are even weekly bonus featured offered – ranging from community-wide happy hours, stimulating lectures, and meetups.

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After such success and great demand, it was taken as a given that Mindspace would naturally seek to expand – creating much sought after workspaces and communities. Mindspace’s second location in Tel Aviv, at 54 Ahad Ha’am Street rings in at over 4,000 sq meters and has all the best features of the original Mindspace. Located in the building of the old Tel Aviv stock exchange, the latest addition to the Mindspace family is an aesthetically pleasing and spacious to call home for many.

Photos by Yael Engelhart.

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