published on November 2, 2016 - 10:23 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

Workspace, the 13,000 square-foot collaborative office space on the third and fourth floor of Downtown Fresno’s Pacific Southwest Building, is hosting an invitation-only opening today.

Sevak Kachadurian, owner of the Pacific Southwest Building, teamed with local tech entrepreneur Matt Tymn to create Workspace, billed as a place designed to bring together “creators, collaborators and dreamers.”

“Workspace aims to spawn innovation by bringing together creative minds from different types of industries to work and share ideas,” Kachadurian told The Business Journal last year. “Ultimately, it is a collaboration among experts from unique markets who foster innovation and pave the way for growth in downtown Fresno.”

Tymn said his own tech company, One Sense, would be among the first to move into Workspace’s third floor office.

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