Flexible and shared office space operator Urban Co-Works — which operates a coworking office in upstate New York in Schenectady, N.Y. — announced the opening of a second location in Scranton, Pa., located on the third floor of the newly renovated 116 N. Washington Ave.

The coworking operator targets startups, non-profits and other companies in the development stage operating industrial-chic coworking spaces within central areas. Focusing on fostering a dynamic professional community, Urban Co-Works offers a diverse mix of amenities adapted to the workspace realities of today. The new Scranton coworking office will offer 24/7 access, complimentary beverages, and high-speed internet, as well as other useful advantages, like printing services and bike storage.

Additionally, the area of the new coworking office is remarkably well-serviced. For instance, there are several parking options within walking distance of the location, as well as four hotels within half a mile for traveling remote workers. The multitude of dining options in downtown Scranton also grants opportunities for networking after hours.

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Jeffrey Goronkin, CEO of Urban Co-Works, expressed his excitement about the Scranton location: “Urban Co-Works is committed to providing a top-notch office environment that brings the business community together. We are thrilled to bring this unique coworking experience to Scranton, offering professionals the ideal space to thrive and succeed.”

“Urban Co-Works will substantially contribute to downtown Scranton’s thriving business environment,” said Scranton Mayor, Paige Cognetti. “The City is dedicated to revitalization, and their model of innovation, connectivity and productivity directly supports that goal while transforming the modern working environment.”

“We are excited to see months of hard work result in an incredible space for a growing company,” said Charlie Jefferson. “Urban Co-Works found opportunity in downtown Scranton thanks to Mayor Cognetti and her economic development staff. They brought Jeff and his company to the downtown and got creative to make the project a reality. The downtown is a vibrant neighborhood with great places to eat and shop and now has the best coworking space in NEPA. It’s the right time for this idea in our town and Urban Co-Works is the perfect company to make it happen.”