The new trend of coworking has taken Westchester by storm, and Serendipity Labs in Rye, NY is leading the way. Visionary and CEO John Arenas opened up Serendipity Labs one year ago and this popular coworking space has become the go-to destination for executives and creative professionals who are looking for something special in their work place environment. Serendipity Labs offers corporate and independent professionals workplace memberships with private office space, shared workspaces, meeting rooms, and collaboration studios. A lab-café and a work lounge are also part of the experience.
My favorite part about Serendipity Labs? Obviously that everything is ORANGE- the same color as StacyKnows branding. The perfect place for StacyKnows to do a photo shoot this fall!
If you want to check out Serendipity Labs, be sure to stop by on September 19th. Arenas has started a new tech meetup group called Westfair Tech Ventures, which will provide support for Westchester’s emerging technology firms. The group will meet at Serendipity Labs in Rye every third Thursday, starting September 19. Within two weeks of forming, leaders from over 50 companies or technology ventures have joined the group. The speakers for the kick-off event will be Michael Crossey, partner of the law firm Baer Crossey, a business and technology law group that delivers next-generation counsel for innovative early stage companies as well as larger corporate clients, and Danny Schultz, managing director of New York City -based Gotham Ventures. Gotham Ventures, which invests in early-stage information tech start-ups is part of DFJ Network, the largest venture capital network in the world.
Serendipity Labs is located at 80 Theodore Fremd Avenue, corner of Locust and Theo Fremd Rye, (914) 908-6770.