Where ‘free-range humans’ go to work

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Co-working spot Grind is all about crushing the cubicle. Jousting the jargon. Busting best practices. Tossing the — OK, you get the idea. The Manhattan-headquartered shared workspace community opened its 11,000-square-foot Loop location in mid-September at 2 N. LaSalle St. Julia Evans, Chicago community manager, gave us a tour of the sunny, 22-foot ceilinged anti-cubicle.

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