Serendipity Labs Opens Coworking Space in Nashville – Commercial Property Manager


The company is planning another space in the city, which should open next year.

Serendipity Labs Nashville. Image courtesy of Stream Realty Partners

Serendipity Laboratories opened a new coworking space at L&C Tower, a 276,818 square foot office building in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The building is currently owned by Capital Tricera, according to data from CommercialEdge. Partner Paul Perona of Flow real estate partners negotiated the transaction on behalf of the tenant.

The company will lease 4,800 square foot and 5,800 square foot suites on the second floor of the building, offering flexible spaces for teams ranging from 24 to 29 members and 10,500 square feet of office space on the third floor of the building. Coworking options in the space include dedicated offices, private offices, team rooms, as well as meeting rooms that can accommodate 15-40 people and breakout spaces. Amenities at the Nashville space include touchless entry, ergonomic chairs, a lab cafe, focus and wellness rooms, and premium Wi-Fi.

Located at 159 Fourth Ave. NOT., the property is within walking distance of many restaurants available on Church Street and in downtown Nashville. Several bus stations, connecting the property to other areas of the city, are also close to the office spaces. Other tenants in the building include Dunn Brothers Coffee, Propak Logistics, Woods Aesthetics, Kharis Foundation and First Quality Management.

Serendipity Labs is among companies that saw demand above pre-pandemic levels late last year, currently offering coworking places in 14 states and the UK. The company plans another flexible office location in the New Heights District of Nashville, Tennessee, slated to open in the second quarter of next year.


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