Another day, another co-working space.

Today, San Diego-based CommonGrounds Workplace officially opens a new co-working space in downtown Minneapolis.

Located on the second floor of the former TCF Bank Building at 801 Marquette Avenue, the site features nearly 28,000 square feet of shared workspace.

CommonGrounds, which is opening co-working spaces in major metros across the country, aims to attract “Fortune 1500” companies to the Minneapolis location, says CEO Jacob Bates.

“Those type of corporate occupiers are still in the early stages of use and are looking at coworking and flexible office as a strategic component of their real estate strategy,” he says. “Not only are those companies looking, but they are also a magnet for ancillary companies that want to be near those organizations.”

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