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Co-working space expanding downtown

June 5, 2017
| By Pat Evans |
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Worklab by Custer in downtown Grand Rapids is a 10,000-square-foot co-working space developed by the furniture dealer. Photo via fb.com

A downtown co-working space is expanding.

Worklab by Custer in Grand Rapids will expand by nearly 20 percent, according to Colliers West Michigan today.

The 1,891-square-foot expansion will be on the first floor of 99 Monroe Ave. NW and is expected to be completed by July 1.

The expansion will include two team rooms, a boardroom, a café, individual offices and a shared floor plan. The expansion also includes video conferencing and other multi-media technologies.

Worklab caters to remote workers, freelancers and entrepreneurs.

Colliers provides leasing services for Worklab, and the owner of 99 Monroe, Vision Real Estate Investment, provides property management services for the space.

“Since opening Worklab in 2014, we have seen a steady increase of people working remotely, starting their own business or needing a flexible workspace,” Worklab Co-Owner Mark Custer said.

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