The 20,000-square-foot space includes about 15,000 square feet of rentable office operations, along with the foyer, lobby and the open coworking lounge area, where a daily user can plop down on a chair or stool and set up their laptop to work.
The facility features 80 offices for reservation and lease, for as few as one person, with flexible configurations that can be combined or further divided as needed.
“The pandemic has really changed the way people do business,” said General Manager Kristen Zimmerman, a Buffalo native who moved back from New York City to take the job. “Teams are looking for spaces that are flexible for their needs, so this provides that option for them.”
Sliding glass doors and privacy wall panels – with the lower half frosted and the upper half transparent – separates spaces but also allows natural light in. “The views, no matter what side you are on, they are pretty spectacular,” Zimmerman added.
Like similar organizations in Buffalo and elsewhere, Serendipity offers permanent space on a month-to-month lease, as well as day or multiday passes for users to take advantage of either the coworking or available dedicated office space from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Services and amenities include full Wi-Fi, printing, concierge and access to video technology and board rooms.
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