By Paula Gomprecht | May 2, 2018

Denver Business Journal – May 2, 2018

Serendipity Labs announced today that it has signed a lease for a 25,000 square foot location in Denver’s Lower Downton district at Union Tower West, 1801 Wewatta Street.

Serendipity Labs already has one location in Greenwood Village set to open in June. The national, upscale space will take the 11th floor of 1801 Wewatta Street and open in September.

The building, developed by Portman Holdings, is home to the Hotel Indigo and Hearth & Dram restaurant. The project broke ground in 2015.

“We are rolling out regional networks of urban and suburban locations throughout the US to serve as an extension of the corporate workplace that also provide members great choices about where to work,” said John Arenas, CEO and chairman 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.”

Director of leasing for Portman, Travis Garland, said the firm will be a great addition to the “pioneering spirit of the neighborhood.”

Membership levels at Serendipity Labs include coworking, dedicated desks and offices, and team rooms.

There are also private focus rooms for phone calls and privacy, wellness rooms, a work lounge, Lab Café, and studios with full A/V.

Source, Kelcey McClung, LoDo’s Union Tower West fills last vacancy Denver Business Journal.

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