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pivotdesk121If you have extra office space and want to make a little dough, PivotDesk might be worth checking out.

The Boulder, Colo.-based company today expanded to 23 cities, including Seattle. The service is a matchmaker for companies with extra office space and tenants looking for a place to do work.

Guests who rent out office space pay a monthly fee to companies based on the number of people they have. Seattle-area startups like Haiku Deck and Thinkspace are already offering up working areas in the range of $300 per month to $455.

PivotDesk was already available in Boulder, Denver, New York, San Francisco, Portland and Boston. Today’s expansion includes Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Diego, Washington DC, Miami, Atlanta, Boise, Chicago, Kansas City, Louisville, Detroit, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Charlotte, Omaha, Las Vegas, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio.

Founded in April 2012, the company is a Techstars graduate and has raised $6.6 million to date. Learn more about PivotDesk here.

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