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Level Office provides workspace for displaced Houston office workers

HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES, August 29, 2017 / -- Coworking company Level Office is offering a week of free coworking space to entrepreneurs, small business owners, and other working professionals displaced by Hurricane Harvey, as well as discounted short-term office space. The company’s Theater District office building was able to reopen to clients and displaced office workers on Tuesday, August 29, and its Scanlan Building location is expected to reopen later in the week.

“We know how important it is to have a productive workspace, and we want to help fellow business owners get back to work as quickly and affordably as possible,” said Level Office Founder Bill Bennett.

In addition to offering discounted temporary space for Houston entrepreneurs and professionals, the company is offering free meeting space for first responder teams and nonprofit organizations assisting the city’s recovery.

“Houston is a strong city full of passionate, entrepreneurial people, and we at Level Office know the city will pull together and recover from this tragedy,” Bennett said. “We stand with Houston and are here for our clients and the city’s business community.”

About Level Office
Level Office provides fully-furnished, technology-equipped, and affordable workspace to small businesses, entrepreneurs, and enterprise companies. Level Office members have access to 17 locations in downtown Alexandria, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Nashville, Pittsburgh, San Diego, and Seattle. For more information, please visit

Diane Karadsheh
Level Office
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