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Dedicated Desk

$495 per Month

Our most inclusive membership.  You get it all! Includes a dedicated desk, chair, 24/7 access, personalized downtown mailing address, access to Call Room & Conference Room.

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Click. Co-working in Downtown Flagstaff.


What is Click? Click is the redevelopment of a historic downtown Flagstaff building with a vision of work-driven tenants. Welcome to a new way to work in Flagstaff…open concept, shared space, all-inclusive, fresh air, natural light. Kiss your home office, coffee shop meetings or dingy cubicle goodbye. Work hard on your business and share in the amenities and environment Click has to offer. Let’s work together to help support the Flagstaff community we all love.

It is Click’s hope that thoughtful exchange among those in different fields will foster innovation. As our varied callings co-work, good things will happen here.

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Co-Working Spaces Can Be Ideal for Entrepreneurs

The Balance Small Business

Written by:  Updated September 27, 2018

Have you ever thought about working in a coworking space? Co-working, defined as the sharing of office space by (typically) self-employed, independent professionals who wish to work together in a communal, collaborative setting (as opposed to the traditional model where office space is occupied by employees of a single organization), has a lot of advantages that you may not have thought of. In fact, coworking space can be ideal for entrepreneurs.

Self-Employment Is on the Rise and Co-Working Fits the Bill for Many Freelancers

The advantages of being a self-employed contractor are well known—being your own boss, having the flexibility to choose your hours and place of work, and the ability to deduct business expenses from income tax are all powerful incentives to choose self-employment, especially given that the traditional “job for life” that many of our parents and grandparents enjoyed has all but disappeared.

Statistics indicate that self-employment is on a steady rise and by 2020, 40 percent of the workforce in the U.S. and 45 percent of the workforce in Canada will consist of freelancers, independent contractors, and on-demand workers…. continue reading