Co-working space for tradesmen and craftsmen opening in Trumbull

TRD New York /
Feb.February 20, 2019 03:19 PM

A Norwalk-based company is opening a coworking space in Trumbull that’s geared toward tradesmen and craftsmen, the Fairfield County Business Journal reports. Levco Mechanical Group wanted to offer “something different and unique to tradesmen, craftsmen or anyone looking for good, clean space with very flexible terms, unbeatable parking and even deluxe offices already built out,” its president and CEO Robert Levene told the outlet. Levco has tapped Colliers International in Stamford to lease the 100,000-square-foot space, for leases as little as three months or as long as ten years. “The idea of a co-located commercial community is an innovative way to repurpose what was originally a multinational corporate headquarters campus,” Levene said of the Merritt Boulevard building, which was once home to Unilever. [FBJ]

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