By | March 30, 2017

The Tennessean – March 30, 2017

A Rye, New York-based chain that provides upscale coworking spaces is expanding into Nashville with a 15,000 square foot location set to open in early August in renovated space at downtown’s iconic L&C Tower.

Dan McEwan, CEO of Memphis-based Maximum Hospitality, is the franchisee owner of the Nashville location of Serendipity Labs Coworking. It’s the first tenant signed for the remodeled 159 Fourth Ave. N. building of the L&C Tower complex, which Los Angeles-based real assets manager CIM Group acquired a year and a half ago.

“As the area continues its unprecedented growth, coworking concepts have changed the way businesses view office space, allowing established companies to extend their real estate footprint, and professional and fast-growing companies a safe, welcoming, hospitality-driven workplace so they may focus on innovation and growth,” said McEwan, who has plans for additional Serendipity Labs Coworking locations in the Nashville market.

Source: Getahn Ward, “Serendipity Labs Coworking space coming to L&C Tower in Nashville,” The Tennessean

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