Offices and Working Spaces on Boston’s South Shore

 

Your own local office or desk in Marshfield. Work Local offers a range of office memberships for individuals and teams on the South Shore of Boston, less than half a mile from Route 3. We’re the convenient option for people wanting a convenient working space, without the commute into Boston.

Our members come from the south shore of Boston in towns like Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke, Scituate, Duxbury, Hanover, Kingston, Plymouth, and beyond. We’re located at:

892 Plain St. Marshfield, MA 02050

 

 

Connected with local places

 

Work.Local is close to the necessities. Coffee, lunch, exercise, professional help for your business, and much more. If you need it, it’s probably close by.

 

 
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Dining

CASK & FLAGON

With 135 high definition screens, two large bar areas, dining areas, outdoor patios, and a private dining room available there are many options. There’s also an extensive craft beer and drink list. Cask Marshfield can accommodate private and semi-private events ranging in size from 20 to 200 guests. 

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Coffee

GUNTHER tooties

Our delicious, traditional New York-style bagels typically have fewer than 200 calories and are low in fat and cholesterol. We use simple, natural ingredients like flour, water, yeast and malt to make great-tasting, healthy bagels. All of our bagels are baked daily at our original Pembroke location. We proudly offer our signature, award-winning “French Toast Bagel” and make all of our own specialty cream cheese spreads.

 
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Accounting and Tax

Nielsen, McDonough & COMPANY, LLC

Work with experts. NMC is a full-service accounting and tax firm licensed in MA and based on the South Shore, with offices in Boston. We offer a full range of services for closely held businesses, individuals, and Not-for-Profit organizations.

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Exercise

Two Mile Farm

Founded in 1640 by the Hatch family, Two Mile Farm gets its name from rights granted to the Town of Scituate (whose boundaries encompassed Two Mile Farm until 1788) to harvest salt hay “two miles along the river and half a mile inland on each side.”

Local, and still close to the city.

 

Join our local community of startup CEOs, small business owners and employees, and remote workers looking to become more productive and lose the commute.