This will depend a lot on where you are. In the Netherlands free parking is a much more exciting perk than,almost anything else. Though bike parking is as much in demand as car parking and in the large cities like Amsterdam it simply does not exist and everybody knows that already.
I think your best bet is to arrange something for parking, and then communicate it clearly. Maybe you can make a deal with a nearby lot or similar; the option of a park and ride where you leave your car outside the city and ride a shuttle in is increasingly popular in the NL.
Do you expect your coworkers to drive in? If so, then you need to arrange something, If not, then it won;t make a difference.
On Friday, February 22, 2019 at 2:26:41 AM UTC+1, Michael Jon wrote:
I’ve spent about 6 months now looking at properties for opening a coworking space. The first building I looked at still looks to be the best option and is still on the market today. This building has everything that I am looking for - big and open, located in a popular part of the city next to coffee shops and restaurants, has two apartments attached to it which I can rent out for additional income. However, there is no parking besides a small alley way that could probably only fit 2 cars. Is this something that I should be concerned about? This building is also located in an area of the city where parking seems to always be difficult to find.