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Spaces tightens its grip on London with three new co-working hubs

by LLP Reporter
30th Jan 19 4:07 pm

Spaces has announced its expansion across London with the addition of three co-working centres, including its largest location to date in London Victoria, occupying over 80,000 sq ft of premium space.

Spaces Victoria will be joined by additional centres in London’s business districts, Bond Works in Farringdon and Euston Road. These additions, taking up 120,000 sq foot of space, raise Spaces’ total number of centres to 17 in the Capital, with more planned over the course of 2019.

Located a stone’s throw from both Westminster and Belgravia, Spaces Victoria is set to be a hub for entrepreneurs and businesses based in the capital as well as those travelling into the city on business. With nearly 1,500 workstations spread out across 7 floors, the new site will match the modern-day requirements of a varied workplace, including private offices, meeting rooms as well as flexible co-working spaces.

Spaces Euston Road also caters to those looking to work in a vibrant and historic part of London, close by to Regent’s Park and the bars and restaurants of Fitzrovia. Spaces Bond Works, Farringdon offers clients the use of the private roof terrace, perfect for entertaining and meetings in the summer months.

All three new workspaces have been designed with collaboration in mind, featuring high ceilings and large communal areas, with occupants able to take advantage of the collection of private offices, meeting rooms and shared working lounges, designed to cater specifically to the modern professional.

As flexible working becomes increasingly more common, Spaces’ newest centres offer a welcome addition for business of all sizes looking to operate from the heart of London’s business districts, whilst taking advantage of all the benefits that flexible working offers. From improved employee productivity and access to the unique networking opportunities Spaces’ centres provide; it’s no wonder that businesses are increasingly adopting flexible working.

Richard Morris, UK CEO of Spaces said, “Demand for flexible office space is growing rapidly. This is particularly so in London, a city where space is at a premium and that continues to attract new businesses and entrepreneurs from across the world.

“Our research shows that 53% of professionals globally now work remotely for at least half their working week and 30% of corporate real estate portfolios could be flexible workspace by 2030. People are recognising that they are far more productive and successful in a dynamic working environment, while businesses are waking up to the financial and strategic benefits. Spaces is helping to supply this demand and drive a workspace revolution across the capital and the country.

“We are excited to announce Spaces’ expansion across London, and we look forward to introducing even more people to the benefits of a flexible and creative working environment with socialising and networking at its core. It’s an environment that enables members to share ideas and build partnerships through a programme of business and leisure events.”

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