Centro condos to include coworking

 

Serendipity Labs of New York announced on Tuesday a joint venture with Miami-based Newgard Development Group to open a 16,500-square-foot coworking facility on two floors of the Centro condominium development, currently under construction in Miami’s urban core.

The coworking space design includes an open work-lounge, a lab-cafe, private offices, dedicated workstations, ideation studios and meet-up rooms. “The partnership with Newgard is an example of how new workplace amenities can raise the bar for urban living, while enhancing the quality of life for residents,” said John Arenas, CEO of Serendipity Labs, in a news release.

Centro is a 352-unit loft-style condo tower set to rise at 151 SE 1st St. and is scheduled for completion in early 2016.

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