The Wing Comes to Boston

The Wing opened its Boston branch yesterday, June 17, in Back Bay. Co-working spaces are becoming the norm as entrepreneurship turns mainstream and working from home is no longer as thrilling. The Wing is an all-women’s co-working space that began in New York and has made its way across the country to LA, San Fran, Chicago and more. With locations opening soon in London and Toronto, The Wing is making waves in the industry.

The Boston location’s interior design was inspired by female colleges like Wellesley and Smith, and has female-friendly features like a designated mother’s room.

 

The Wing is located at 699 Boylston St. in Boston’s Back Bay.

To learn more:

https://www.the-wing.com/spaces/boston/

About the Author

Real estate professional Joshua Stephens is a vice president at Warren Residential’s Berkshire Hathaway Home Services. Stephens joined the company in 2013 and quickly distinguished himself as a motivated innovator.

Joshua has experience in every aspect of residential real estate in Greater Boston and has had the pleasure of working with the area’s buyers, sellers, investors, and developers.

He has been awarded many honors for his work in both real estate and as a community developer and advocate. In 2017, he was chosen to serve on the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices national REthink Council, a position bestowed by BHHS executives to 15 agents among thousands of applicants. Although Berkshire Hathaway is known for hiring the finest and most capable individuals, Joshua has continued to set himself apart time and again.

In addition to his work in real estate, Joshua is involved in a number of local organizations and charities. In 2016, he was instrumental in conceptualizing and developing Business Networking International (BNI) Prospect Hill, an organization that connects local business professionals and entrepreneurs, and currently is president of the group.

A resident of Massachusetts, Joshua believes that connecting his clients with ideal communities is both a priority and privilege. He sees his role as a Realtor as about more than simply facilitating the buying and selling of property, but rather serving as lifelong advisor. Due to this, Joshua is able to alleviate the typical burdens of moving and assure the experience is one that lets the sensation of being in the perfect place, at the perfect time, truly resonate.