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First tenant opens at BridgeWay Station in Mauldin

Jason Thomas //August 14, 2023//

First tenant opens at BridgeWay Station in Mauldin

Jason Thomas //August 14, 2023//

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The first tenant has opened at BridgeWay Station, the mixed-use development visible from Interstate 385 in Mauldin.

Hughes Investments Inc., the developer of the project, has revealed that The Worx at BridgeWay Station is now open.

The Worx is a membership based co-working community that offers a functional and practical environment tailored for freelancers, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and hybrid workers, according to a news release.

The Worx features four private offices, communal working spaces, conference rooms, and an onsite kitchenette. The co-working space offers a variety of plans for individuals or small businesses, including memberships for Designated Offices, Private Offices, Hot Desks, Day passes, and Business Addresses.

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“At BridgeWay, we’re building a community,” said Phil Hughes, owner and president of Hughes Investments Inc., said in the release. “The Worx is part of our well-rounded list of tenants that will cater to the  residents and community in different ways, serving a multitude of desires and needs.”

The co-working space occupies approximately 2,000 square feet of ground floor retail space adjacent to the residential lobby of the Avvio apartments, the release stated. Designated office memberships allow for private key access and the option to leave belongings in a secured area 24/7. The Worx is managed by Hughes Investments, Inc. and will offer memberships to both residents of BridgeWay Station and non-residents.

The Worx at BridgeWay Station will be accompanied by other committed tenants that are outfitting their retail and restaurant spaces, including El Guapo, Le Chic Nails Lounge, Belladina’s  Italian Market, The Junkyard, Plum: A Lifestyle Boutique, Yogi’s Cups and Cones, Cocobowlz,  City Market at BridgeWay Station, BridgeWay Brewery, Old Europe Desserts, Stella’s Restaurant  Group, Rocco and The Plank by Dine Development Group, and Table 301, according to the release.

These retailers will be incorporated into the project alongside previously announced office and institutional users, including Dodge Bearings and Power Transmission, GREEN Charter Upstate High School, Jackson Marketing, Motorsports & Events, and Spectrum, the release stated.