Condo developers capitalize on rise of remote-working entrepreneurs

Being tied to a desk and chair isn’t for Andrew Tischler. Nor is working in a coffee shop. So the 41-year-old Toronto-based entrepreneur spends his days working in restaurants, ordering food when hungry, hosting client meetings and retreating to his condo if he needs a bit more quiet.  “I like the energy of the space,” says Mr. Tischler, whose recent startup happens to be an app, OOT (Out-of-office Thinker), that locates restaurants and other spaces that welcome remote workers like him. “It lets you daydream a bit or draw off the energy in the room. And it’s a good chance to meet people.”     Read the article………………..

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