Dallas-based Comerica Bank recently announced the launch of Comerica Coworkspaces, a $3 million initiative that will transform nearly 10,000 square feet of retail banking space into flex workspace across nine existing locations. For now, the…
Category: Coworking News
New Coworking Space in Midtown Manhattan by Durst & Serendipity Labs
Located one block from Grand Central Terminal, this marquis Serendipity Labs location will extend across the 19th, 20th, and 21st penthouse floors of the building.
The new location includes all the best coworking amenities you'd excpect, plus dedicated space for light medical businesses!
New York Medical Coworking Company Expands to South Florida
By alleviating some of the many challenges that private practice physicians face, Lina seeks to help reverse their decline: The number of healthcare practitioners has dropped dramatically in the U.S.
25 Water Street Gets $534M Loan for Adaptive Reuse Conversion
Formerly known as 4 New York Plaza, the 22-story tower at the corner of Water and Broad streets incorporates more than 1 million square feet of downtown Manhattan office space.
Despite bubble speculation about the coworking sector, industry veterans believe that flexible space is expanding at a sustainable rate
Pittsburgh Makes Way for Tri-State Region Space Innovation Center
The innovation center will be temporarily located at Nova Place while a permanent location is selected. More information on that is expected early next year.
Work Begins on Centennial Yards in Downtown Atlanta
The first two buildings, a hotel and a residential tower, are due for completion across the street from the Mercedes Benz Stadium before the 2026 World Cup.
Veterans Enjoy Free Full Memberships at Venture X This Month
U.S. veterans have a wealth of skills that are fundamental to entrepreneurial success. Today, one out of 10 small businesses in the U.S. are veteran-owned, and with enough support from the business community, that could…
Tesseract Solutions to Open U.S. Headquarters in Pittsburgh’s Robotics Row
Pittsburgh's concentration of talent, innovation, and commercial collaboration continue to attract new and expanding companies to the city's diversifying economy.