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Serendipity Labs Coworking Adds Second location in Denver

DENVERSerendipity Labs Coworking has signed a lease for a 25,000-square-foot location in LoDo on the 11th floor of Union Tower West, filling the final vacancy in the class AA building developed by Portman Holdings. A grand opening is slated for September 2018.

Serendipity already has one location in Greenwood Village set to open in June.

“We are rolling out regional networks of urban and suburban locations throughout the U.S. to serve as an extension of the corporate workplace that also provide members great choices about where to work. Our arrival in LoDo will be our second in the Denver area after the opening of our Greenwood Village location next month,” says John Arenas, chairman and CEO of Serendipity Labs. “Being steps from Union Station, with light rail service to the suburbs and the airport, makes this site a great hub for our growing regional and national network.”

Portman Holdings, one of the leading mixed-use developers in the world, is known for bold projects. With this LoDo development, Portman is continuing to innovate. “At Portman Holdings, we believe in creating unique buildings that serve the communities they are in,” says Travis Garland, director of leasing for Portman. “Serendipity Labs is a tremendous addition to the project by offering thoughtfully-designed, strategically-located, workplaces. They are bringing the future of work to Union Tower West and are a great addition to the pioneering spirit of the neighborhood.”

Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) represented Serendipity Labs with Michael Berman, managing director, and in Denver, Marc Feldman, Tenant Representation.

“Serendipity Labs will become part of the community, hosting inspirational events and becoming a gathering place,” Arenas goes onto say. “We look forward to creating a Denver network that will interconnect the suburbs with the city and help the Denver metro business community thrive.”

Union Tower West located at 1801 Wewatta Street, is also home to the Hotel Indigo and Hearth & Dram restaurant.

Membership levels include coworking, dedicated desks and offices, and team rooms. Private focus rooms for phone calls and privacy, wellness rooms, a work lounge, Lab Café, and studios with full A/V are standard.

Photo courtesy of Serendipity Labs, Inc

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