I own a video production company and we are considering renting a 650 SF suite of offices. The landlord is willing to tear down the interior so that we have one small office and the rest is more or less open space. We were planning to turn the open space into a studio but I am looking into to the idea of making part of it (or possibly all of it) co-working space. The layout is such that when you walk into the suite you would walk directly into a 150 SF area with a few desks, then if you walk around the corner there would be about 400 SF that could be used for studio space, conference room, or more desks.
The problem is that we would need to use this space to film interviews several times per month and we can’t do this if we have 10-15 people working there. We could potentially turn the 400 SF area into its own room with sound proof walls which would be the studio/conference room. This could then be rented out by whom ever would like to use it and we could rent it out for our interviews.
However, I’m not sure how it would then work if everyone else was then left with just 150 SF whenever the studio/conference room was in use. Do you think this is do-able? Or do you think it will be too difficult to make this work?