BRACEBRIDGE ON: A sleek, coworking facility is opening its doors this September in downtown Bracebridge. Located at 16 Dominion Street, Muskoka Collective brings flexible and affordable office space solutions to the Muskoka business community.

Muskoka Collective provides businesses with a fully equipped, executive office space. Without the stress of overhead, members can focus on their business.

“The coworking business model can be very beneficial,” says Kate Kerr, Muskoka Collective’s Head of Operations. “Leasing a workspace or private office gives you access to a professional environment with all the amenities. This keeps your operational costs low while providing full advantage of an existing infrastructure to sustain your business growth. The coworking model also promotes networking opportunities within the business community -- valuable connections that can help drive your business forward.”

Membership at Muskoka Collective is a cost-effective, scalable business solution. Starting at just $224 per month, membership includes professional business services such as reception, security cameras, high-speed internet and printers with access to the members’ lounge and meeting rooms.

Fully renovated, Muskoka Collective features modern, high-end furnishings and natural wood details throughout the two level facility with expansive windows providing the beauty of natural light. The space offers a full kitchen, gallery, members’ lounge and coffee stations for member convenience and is ideal for hosted events.

The facility includes leading-edge technology with high-speed internet and networking, keyless building entry, security system and voice over internet phones. Other member conveniences include online booking for meeting rooms and payment through the website.
Members have the option of a collaborative work area or a private office environment to accommodate individual work preference and business team requirements.

Designing a collaborative office space during the COVID-19 pandemic reinforced Muskoka Collective’s drive to address the evolving needs of the business community. “No one can forecast what the new normal will be,” states Kerr. “But we do know that re-establishing and supporting businesses is key to a community’s economic success and we are able to provide a viable platform for businesses to operate very cost effectively.” Kerr explains, “The pandemic has forced businesses to rethink how they function and as business owners adapt, coworking can provide solutions for growth. The flexibility of short- and long-term membership plans allows businesses to set their own pace.”

Muskoka Collective’s prime downtown location rounds out the offering. Members can dine, shop and experience our beautiful Muskoka culture just steps away from the office.

Muskoka Collective is opening its doors soon and anyone interested should book a tour of this exceptional facility while space is still available. For additional details or to book a tour please contact Muskoka Collective at 705-640-5115 and [email protected] or visit the website