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Creative co-working centre Spaces arrives at Sutton Point

by LLP Reporter
19th Feb 20 11:48 am

International creative workspace provider Spaces has continued the next phase of its expansion with a brand-new centre in Sutton opening.

One of the fastest-growing providers of flexible workspace in the UK, Spaces is set to arrive at Sutton Point this spring. The centre at Sutton Point, an exciting new development in the vibrant heart of the London Borough, is the latest announcement from Spaces who have an additional five openings in the Capital this year.

The 12,820 sq ft of serviced office space will be housed in an impressive building with an eye-catching curved façade and a double-height reception, perfect for welcoming clients or striking up conversation with a buzzing business community of like-minded entrepreneurs.

Spaces Sutton Point will allow businesses to avoid the congestion of central London while offering a quick commute with Sutton Station just three minutes away. With St Nicholas and Times Square, Manor Park and a range of amenities all within walking distance, the space is set to provide an ideal workplace that allows for inspiration and recreation in equal measure.

Offering both private and shared offices and meeting rooms for hire, Spaces Sutton Point brings a productive new way of working to the local business community.

Richard Morris, UK CEO of Spaces said, “We are delighted that Sutton Point will be the newest home of Spaces’ flair and creativity. Our new centre will meet fresh demand from entrepreneurs and local business in Sutton while building on the success of Spaces’ nationwide expansion.”

“According to our 2019 Suburban Economic Survey, flexible workspaces are set to pump £12bn into local economies by 2030. Our new offering in Sutton reflects the fact that businesses are increasingly setting up shop in the suburbs of major cities. Aside from the direct financial impact, local office space has additional social benefits including reduced commuting time and opportunities for those less able to travel into the city.”

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