MÁS Development to expand Vintage City in Elizabeth with office suites and coworking food hall

MÁS Development recently announced it will open its latest community project in Elizabeth, Vintage City Offices and Vintage City Eatery.

Spread across an area of 20,000 square feet and incorporating a total of 250 workstations, Vintage City Offices aims to foster a collaborative business ecosystem and a vibrant work environment for entrepreneurs and mixed professionals.

The industrial loft-like space integrates new-age technology and state-of-the-art amenities, providing professionals with a mix of private offices that can hold a total capacity of 1-50 people, meeting rooms, event space, breakout areas and high-speed internet, among other features.

Community members will also have direct access to a new bank branch inside of the business center, which also houses the chamber of commerce and many other professional services.

MÁS Development said Vintage City Offices is designed to meet all professional needs; whether you are looking to get some work done, host a seminar or set up your company’s new headquarters.

The space offers flexible office solutions from $1,000-$7,000 for private offices and $299 for VCO access passes, which will be available starting April 1.

Additionally, Vintage City Eatery, a virtual food hall powered by Sous Vide Kitchen, will provide an array of cuisine options and a variety of nonalcoholic beverages, wines and spirits. The space will host accessible indoor and outdoor dining space as well as takeout service.

“As someone who grew up in Elizabeth, my hope is that Vintage City becomes a business and entertainment destination. We wanted to create an extraordinary place where people could really live, work, and eat. I am excited to expand the entire Historic District,” Salvador Garcia, principal of MÁS Development, said.

Elizabeth has always been a desirable location full of possibilities. Vintage City is leading the wave of new investments anticipating the city’s expansion and revitalization progress and development projects, with the restoration of Elizabeth Station. The new train station, along with new developments, is spurring economic growth and catering to a diverse group of professionals.