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Coworking Space, The Coop, Opens a Second Location in Las Vegas

The Coop, a unique collaborative coworking space, opening second location in February after owner closes on $3.6 million deal in the southern part of the city.

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The Coop, an office coworking space started in Summerlin, is opening a second location on 5955 South Edmond Street, near the intersection of Russell Road and Decatur Blvd.

The two-story, 18,938 square-foot building was originally built in 2006. Dana Berggren of Berggren Commercial Real Estate represented the buyer group. And Brian Riffel and Tyler Jones of Colliers International represented the seller.

5955 South Edmond Street

The original Coop’s location at 1925 Village Center Circle, in Summerlin, opened in 2017 and saw immediate success. Berggren, who is part of the new ownership group, said the Edmond Street building was the “perfect set up offering a variety of meeting spaces and an office intensive layout” and required few modifications to build out the company’s second location.

“I’ve been looking for additional Coop locations since the first one opened five years ago. As a commercial real estate broker, I’m presented with opportunities all of the time and up until this one, none were a good fit,” Berggren said. “Some either weren’t the right location or needed a lot of modification. And if you’re familiar with construction costs right now, a major retrofit of a building is not an endeavor I was willing to undertake at this time.”

The new facility is larger than the original Coop and will include conference spaces, classrooms, a podcast room, convenient access to the airport and many other shopping and entertainment amenities near the South Strip.

“I have found that people want the privacy of an office while enjoying access to the open communal space,” Berggren added. “The wow factor for us with this building is the two-story atrium entry. This will be the heart of The Coop, where we will serve locally roasted coffee, food from local caterers, and it will be decorated, designed and furnished by locals. Throughout the space you will see murals and artwork from locals as well.”

Source: The Coop

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