PITTSBURGH, July 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Serendipity Labs announced today that its first Pittsburgh area shared office and coworking location will be in the city’s revitalized Strip District at 3 Crossings. Slated to open in 4Q 2018, the 25,000 sq.ft. Lab will span the first and second floor of Oxford Development’s 2545 Railroad Street building.
The first floor of 3 Crossings will have team rooms, coworking, a Lab Café, and feature an event space. An interior stairwell will connect to the second-floor coworking, team rooms, and shared offices with expansive views of the Allegheny River. All members will have direct access the greenspace along the riverfront trail system.
The Pittsburgh expansion is part of the company’s strategy to create a national network of upscale, inspiring workplaces for businesses of all sizes from every industry. Linked together through a cloud-based reservation system, Serendipity Labs’ members have a trusted office alternative wherever they need to work.
“We are building a national shared office and coworking network in urban, suburban and secondary markets, allowing us to be a strategic workplace alternative for companies that want to optimize their real estate footprint,” says John Arenas, Chairman and CEO of Serendipity Labs. “Adding Pittsburgh to Chicago, Columbus and Indianapolis builds both our regional and national network, giving members a rapidly growing number of options where they can confidently have client meetings and send employees.”
Serendipity Labs is known for staff that provides unmatched service. Thoughtfully designed communal areas encourage interaction and work stations of varying heights and styles accommodate different member needs. Abundant natural light makes the work day welcoming and inviting. Curated art shows from local artists and member-only events create an environment that is engaging and stimulating. The meeting and event space, to which members receive preferential pricing, is ideal for professional activities and offsites.
Experienced multi-unit franchise developers, Alex Perchuk, Danny Wengrod and Robert Baker, will open five Serendipity Labs in the Pittsburgh area. Serendipity Labs was represented by Jones Lang LaSalle with John Wheeler, managing director, and Nick Francic, senior vice president. Oxford Development was represented by Joseph Tosi, vice president, Oxford Realty Services.
Memberships at Serendipity Labs include flexible swing space and long-term team rooms, office suites for up to fifty, dedicated desks, coworking, and day passes. Each location has private focus rooms for phone calls and privacy, wellness rooms, a work lounge, Lab Café, and studios with full A/V capabilities. Tech support is complimentary. Reservations at any Serendipity Lab across the country can be made through the membership app. The IT infrastructure can provide usage metrics and meets security and compliance standards for HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, PCI-DSS, and GLBA, and each Lab is ADA compliant. Corporate memberships with centralized billing and contract portability allow for easy reassignment of employee memberships. Pre-open offers are available.
For more information visit serendipitylabs.com/3-crossings
SOURCE Serendipity Labs