“We always kept a running list of potential members who wanted more devoted space,” Doran said.
The second space is devoted to membership that’s team-based, like two-, three-, four-person teams that need a little bit more privacy, but still want access to a coworking environment.
The suites were created by Design Development Architects, which took space for its offices adjacent to Koi’s offices at 165 Mamaroneck.
“The clients are a little more devoted,” Doran said, compared with the ones who use the space down the street.
The second floor of 169 Mamaroneck would lead to the creation of coworking space Koi, a three-letter derivative of Turkois.
The two approached Langsam about creating coworking space on any floor that had vacancies.
Coworking is the environment you create with the space.