If you’re tired of working from your home office or just want a more flexible work space, Burlington is home to several coworking spaces that could fit the bill. More:’Connect, collaborate and create’: New Burlington coworking space to offer alternative to working from home. The number of coworking spaces worldwide was expected to grow to almost 20,000 in 2020. Because of the growth and popularity of flexible work spaces, coworking spaces were the fastest-growing type of office space in commercial real estate, DropDesk said, currently making up 5% of the market. “With coworking spaces, it ebbs and flow but since a lot of offices have closed down people have rented space here because they still need some kind of secure office space,” she said. According to DropDesk’s research, benefits of a coworking space include less isolation and loneliness, increased motivation, enhanced professional networking opportunities and operational cost savings for businesses. M&S Suite Spaces 508 S. Lexington Ave.(336) 266-8726.Options range from day passes for $20/day to suite space for $350/month.