March 5, 2019

More 'coworking' space for Hartford

Photo | Rebecca Ann Photography
Photo | Rebecca Ann Photography
Serendipity Labs in Hartford will meet the same design standards as this lab in Denver. The company uses only low volatile organic compound (VOC) paint and nontoxic materials. All carpet is 100% recyclable.

Downtown Hartford's CityPlace I office tower is the latest to provide coworking spaces.

CityPlace I landlord Paradigm Properties and Serendipity Labs announced the scheduled summer opening of shared workspace on the 15th floor of the tower at 185 Asylum St.

New York-based Serendipity Labs says it is present in 30 metropolitan areas nationwide, including Stamford, Charlotte, Nashville, Dallas, Denver and Los Angeles.

Coworking spaces in other downtown Hartford and suburban buildings offer tenants flexible space and rents, plus a la carte use of office furniture and equipment, video, computer and WiFi technology.

"Hartford is ideal because it is home to so many corporate headquarters and providing flexible space for enterprise clients is the direction in which we are moving," said Serendipity CEO John Arenas.

Also in Hartford, the operators of MakerspaceCT recently announced its collaborative workspace will debut downtown in April at historic G. Fox building, 960 Main St.

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