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TailoredSpace Brings Amenitized Coworking to San Juan Capistrano

West Covina-based TailoredSpace launched construction for its latest coworking location in San Juan Capistrano, responding to growing demand for flexible coworking solutions in suburban markets. When the new campus opens in September, it will be the first fully amenitized coworking operation in the city. 

 According to TailoredSpace co-founder Drew Sanden, the increased number of professionals working from home has created demand for a flexible solution. 

“While we have seen an increase in the number of people working from home, there are still shortcomings with that choice for many professionals who need another option for privacy, collaboration, and a professional environment,” he said. “It’s why TailoredSpace’s suburban campuses have been so popular with an average 90% occupancy across its Southern California coworking spaces.” 

TailoredSpace operates seven coworking spaces throughout Southern California. The San Juan Capistrano location at 27131 Calle Arroyo #1722 is approximately 14,000 square feet, typical for a TailoredSpace campus. 


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