*This release was updated on March 23, 2021.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES, December 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Coworking company Expansive is offering a month of free rent to entrepreneurs, small business owners, and other working professionals displaced by the tragic bombing on Christmas Day in downtown Nashville. The company’s 501 Union Street building was unaffected by the blast.
“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 Expansive Founder Bill Bennett.
In addition to offering one month of free rent on a three-month term, the company will offer two months of free rent on a six-month term to any displaced office workers or business owners. Expansive offers a range of products, from monthly Expansive Access Passes for private office use to fully-equipped SmartSuites™ featuring a private entrance, a combination of executive offices and open space, kitchen, and conference room for larger teams. All memberships include access to amenities including the Expansive Lounge, phone booths, kitchen, conference rooms, bike room, and Mother’s Room.
“Nashville is a strong city full of passionate, entrepreneurial people, and we at Expansive Workspace know the city will pull together and recover from this tragedy,” Bennett said. “We stand with Nashville and are here for our clients and the city’s business community.”
Expansive provides fully-furnished, technology-equipped, and affordable workspace to small businesses, entrepreneurs, and enterprise companies. Expansive members have access to more than 3.7 million square feet of workspace in 40 locations including Albany, Alexandria, Austin, Boulder, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbia, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Madison, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Nashville, Norfolk, Orlando, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Richmond, San Diego, San Jose, Savannah, Seattle, St. Petersburg, and Washington, D.C. For more information, please visit expansive.com.