The closed Retro Fitness in Harbor Village becomes LionShare Cowork.
The city is currently considering a permit application for First Coast Walls and Ceilings Inc. to build 17,018 square feet for the coworking space at 13475 Atlantic Blvd., No. 8, at a cost of $ 91,000.
LionShare cowork owner Michael Januzzi
LionShare Cowork owner Michael Januzzi said on November 13th that he hopes to open January 1st.
“COVID delayed our materials etc for 3 months,” he said via email.
JAA Architecture is the architect. Codes-ABC Inc. takes care of code compliance.
Retro Fitness closed in May 2019. The Harbor Village is located on Atlantic Boulevard and San Pablo Road.
Jacksonville-based LionShare announces on its website that it will be opening its flagship location, “which is packed with a host of amenities including spacious conference, podcast and private zoom rooms, more than 30 offices and a variety of dedicated and shared facilities Working area.”
The LionShare coworkers planned for the HarborShare shopping center are currently under review.
It calls the space an option for freelancers and startups with flexible schedules on a budget.
It offers business addresses, hourly meeting rooms and packages of workplaces, offices, snacks and beverages.
The first location is at 14333 Beach Blvd., Suite 33, Pablo Station on Beach Boulevard and San Pablo Road.
“We look forward to delivering another next-generation workspace that will continue to provide our customers with the convenience of working from home while creating a productive environment in which to get work done,” Januzzi said in the February announcement about the new location.
He said the 11,000-square-foot Pablo Station site, which opened in 2017, is doing well.
“We lost a few customers from March to May. But in June we were full again. “