A lawyer with Buffalo and Seneca Nation roots has returned with his niche business law firm and a vision of improving the tech entrepreneurial work experience in the Buffalo region.
David Kimelberg specializes in venture capital and startups. As his law firm has grown, so too has his need for workplace options for his three-person team.
His need for a small, flexible workspace options was the catalyst for him recognizing the need for coworking space for other small-business people in similar positions with few employees.
The three-story K-Haus property, located at 800 Main St., is Kimelberg's answer to that need. Part office, part incubator and a nod to Kimelberg's Seneca Nation of Indians' Bear Clan, K-Haus offers coworking space for 35 people as well as a Native American commercial art gallery that features contemporary artists.
The art gallery and communal workspace will be housed on the first floor. Five coworking offices will be housed on the second floor, and Kimelberg's law team will occupy the third floor.
K-Haus will open by year's end. The K-Art gallery has its grand opening at 6 p.m. Dec. 11.
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