Cobuilding platform Rokk3r Labs is moving its headquarters to Wynwood, Miami's booming arts hotspot. The new office space will further facilitate creativity and cobuilding between the team, entrepreneurs, investors and other partners, its founders said.
“The move into our new headquarters provides the impetus to blend art and technology to further connect our offices, teammates, entrepreneurs, investors and partners at a global scale,” said Lorenzo de Leo, Rokk3r Labs’ managing director, in a news release. “We wanted to create more private work spaces alongside open, collaborative, areas, to help our team members find the best work environment for them. Now we plan to have dedicated space - dubbed the Decompression Zone - to help people relax, meditate and more.”
As well as the Decompression Zone, Rokk3r Labs’ new 6,000-square-foot headquarters, at 2121 NW Second Ave., will include a dedicated learning area, a rooftop patio and a “Global Dashboard” in the main work area to relay real-time data about the group’s portfolio companies around the world. Rokk3r Labs plans to eventually offer space to content creators in residencies for pre-determined periods of time. Rokk3r is the main tenant in the building and occupies much of the second floor; art galleries and a restaurant occupy the first floor.
Rokk3r Labs, which had been headquartered in Miami Beach off Lincoln Road since its founding in 2012, has offices in London, Bogotá, Mexico City and Toronto. the company partners with entrepreneurs to cobuild ventures, and it currently has 40 companies in its portolio, including AdMobilize, AlzhUp and Hyp3r.