By | June 13, 2016

Houston Chronicle – June 11, 2016

A New York-based co-working company that develops shared office space for the suit-and-tie set – or at least the jacket-and-khaki set – has struck a deal with a local real estate investment firm to bring the concept to Houston.

Serendipity Labs Coworking, a 3-year-old company aiming to upgrade co-working’s 20-something hipster image, will open in downtown’s Esperson office development.

Houston-based Cameron Management, Esperson’s owner, signed an exclusive franchise agreement with Serendipity for the Houston area, where it hopes to build 10 co-working sites.

Source: Nancy Sarnoff, “Grown-up co-working space to land downtown,” Houston Chronicle

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