DELRAY BEACH, Fla. – Seed, a new co-working alternative for business people, is launching at the newly designed and renovated Delray Beach Station shopping plaza.

Located at 660 Linton Blvd. and about one mile from the beach, the 6,000 square foot modern alternative to a standard office space will feature a bright and airy interior with state-of-the-art features and hospitality services for solopreneurs and small business owners.

Located on the second floor of the retail office building, the upscale and inspiring work environment will include several office options to choose from, including a 58 co-working hot desks with daily, weekly or monthly membership options, 14 executive offices catering to 1-3 people, and private meeting spaces with abundant technological offerings for conference calls and telecommuters. Co-workers at Seed will also have access to several open space areas, a Zen relaxation lounge, a reception center, and more.

“Seed is entirely unique in this market and offers an energetic, hi-tech and inspired atmosphere as an alternative to a traditional office space,” said­­ ­­­Terry Marks, a representative for the owner. “Additionally, the second-to-none location is situated next to the soon-to-open Whole Foods Market and the other varied retailers in the retail hub.”

Pre-leasing for Seed opens in mid-July, and the grand opening will take place in late summer 2019. For more information or to reserve your space, visit