Flexible Office Space Must Be Flexible


Wow! I never thought I’d miss going to the office this much.

The subways, the streetcars, the PATH, and even the unpredictable pavement on the bike lanes… I’d love to have it all back to the way things were 8 months ago.

Sadly, the new reality is far from what it was when the clock struck midnight on January 1st, 2020.

While things are still relatively up in the air, The Rostie Group is doing everything necessary to navigate through these uncertain times, ensuring a safe and flexible return to work for you and your employees.

One of the benefits of being a privately-owned company is the flexibility it allows when moving through uncertain times such as these.

We understand that you’re hesitant to lock into long-term deals on new office space.

Flexible office space must be flexible.

As Grant Powell emphasizes, in his article for Forbes titled The Office Isn’t Dead, It’s Evolving, “there is still huge value to be had from a dedicated office space: the company culture, accessible communication and personal support, just to name a few”.

Although office space is still necessary, it may not be a critical 5 day a week or 12 month a year solution just yet.

Every ‘back to work’ situation isn’t going to play out the same way, and that’s important to acknowledge.

That’s where we come in! We’re here for you and want to work on a solution that fits your company.

Now is the time to treat every situation, whether it’s with a massive corporation or a one-person operation, with a fresh set of solutions.  At The Rostie Group, we pride ourselves on the ability to customize unique solutions that are fit for each business.

Whether you want a temporary spot for a couple employees to work from, or you’re planning for the future and want to explore multiple closed-door options; we have plans that’ll surely be a good fit for you and your business.

We also want you to know that all of our available offices are set-up with social distancing in mind.  So, when we advertise an office fit for 4 people, that means that it’s most likely an 8-person office that’s been modified so everyone can stay the necessary 6-feet apart.

The fact of the matter is, working from home was a temporary solution.  The disparity, even in small companies, highlighted the fact that many workers “are greatly missing the physical infrastructure, space, social interaction, and separation of work and home that offices provide.”

So why lock yourself into a long-term commitment when your long-term outlook is so uncertain?

Flexible office space must be flexible.

Give us a call at 416-214-1840 anytime and let us be your temporary and long-term Downtown Toronto office provider.