1776’s a 4,000-square-foot enclave of open desks and private offices inside the broader workspace complex called Ambler Yards was officially inaugurated Thursday, April 12.
The space, announced back in October 2016 when 1776 was still just Benjamin’s Desk, is an early iteration of a new model being spun by the coworking camp, writes Roberto Torres at technical.ly.
Rather than run the space themselves, the company struck a licensing deal with Ambler Yards developers Marc Policarpo and Matt Sigel.
“They decided to invest because of the business growth that will take place behind these walls,” 1776 co-CEO Anthony Maher said at the space’s official launch. “Consider this place both the launchpad for companies that will fly out of the ecosystem here in Ambler Yards or a landing pad for companies to grow and be connected to resources.”
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