Yesterday’s Boston Globe Article www.bostonglobe.com/business/2012/10/24/…tries…/story.html describes the duality of Kendall Square’s success. The home of MIT is so desirable that rents are pricing out startups. The article says that the City of Cambridge is concerned, as it should be, that startups will go elsewhere in Greater Boston in search of space. However, answers already exist! Other Cambridge business districts not named Kendall Square! Geek Offices in Inman Square with affordable, flexible coworking space at 1/3 the cost of Kendall has 14,000 square feet with 20 companies and 65 members. We have room for more members! Coworking or shared spaces also exist or will be coming in Central Square and West Cambridge. Instead of talking about quotas or using City-owned properties for startups, the City should continue to publicize existing opportunities in Cambridge. The Economic Development Department at City Hall has been talking to startups about Geek Offices for years and we appreciate the assistance. Office space for startups is still available and affordable in Cambridge!