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Spaces to launch two new co-working hubs in London

by LLP Reporter
19th Jul 19 12:11 pm

International creative workspace provider Spaces has announced plans to launch two new flexible working centres in the Capital, in Angel Islington and Canary Wharf, as part of the business’ ongoing UK-wide expansion.

Spaces Angel Islington, opening in Autumn 2019 and Spaces Canary Wharf in Spring 2020, are set to occupy over 110,000 sq. ft of space in two of London’s prime business locations. Following Spaces’ London-based expansion earlier this year, the move signals an even greater level of investment in the Capital and takes Spaces’ total number of centres in the city to 19.

Both centres are designed in an open-plan style, with large windows prioritising natural light and encouraging an open, welcoming feel. For businesses looking to base themselves in the heart of London’s modern business community, Spaces Canary Wharf offers something unique. Spread over six floors with floor-to-ceiling windows and incredible views over the Capital, businesses can take advantage of private meeting rooms, communal co-working areas and expertly designed meeting rooms. The new centre will also feature a large rooftop terrace, providing some welcomed outdoor space perfect for relaxing, networking and entertaining clients.

Likewise, Spaces Angel Islington is set to act as the ideal North London base for businesses of all sizes, occupying four floors and featuring a terrace lounge with panoramic views of the city, as well as cosy break-out areas to facilitate communal working and networking.

Care was taken to select premium locations for Spaces’ new arrivals, with both centres located nearby local transport links, connecting to the rest of the Capital and further afield. Recognised as one of the most desirable business districts in the city, Spaces Canary Wharf features over 20 acres of landscaped parks, fountains and tree-lined plazas, and boasts 300 premium shops and restaurants, making it the ideal place for both work and play. Equally, Angel Islington offers its own unique vibe, attracting a budding community of start-up entrepreneurs and creatives to the local area.

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’ continued expansion across London with the new centres in Angel Islington and Canary Wharf, 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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