By Paula Gomprecht | February 23, 2018

WYFF News 4 – February 23, 2018

Innovative ‘co-working’ spaces planned in old West Greenville mill

A company that provides flexible workplace options for large companies, those who work out of their homes and others is taking over one of Greenville County’s old mill buildings.

Serendipity Labs Coworking officials said that the former Piedmont Plush Mill located on Highway 123 in and the Village of West Greenville will be its first South Carolina location.

Serendipity Labs offers workplace memberships that include full-time and part-time co-working, dedicated private offices, workstations, team rooms and day passes to its network of work lounges. It also provides co-working franchise opportunities. The Rye, New York-based company was founded by John Arenas in 2011.

Serendipity Labs lists locations in New York City; Nashville, Tennessee; Aventura, Florida; Bethesda, Maryland; Chicago, Illinois; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Ridgewood, New Jersey; and Stamford, Connecticut, with 125 company-owned, managed and franchised locations in urban, suburban and secondary markets that are under development in 19 states.

Trey Scott, a veteran hotel professional and entrepreneur who is the franchise owner for the West Greenville location, said, “Serendipity Labs isn’t your typical co-working experience, just like the Plush Mill site isn’t your typical location. We believe the renovation and rebirth of this historic structure will be one of the most talked about developments in Greenville for quite some time.”

Source, Carla Field, Innovative ‘co-working’ spaces planned in old West Greenville mill WYFF News 4.

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