IWG continues its expansion in Italy with the opening of the country’s largest centre. Spaces EUR Arte, Rome, which opened in September 2020, offers 750 workstations plus six meeting rooms across the building’s eight floors. It becomes Spaces’ second largest centre in Europe.
Located in the heart of EUR, the city’s business district, the centre provides private offices, communal space and meetings rooms, all flooded with natural light. Good transport links include the Museo Civiltà Romana bus stop just outside and the EUR Fermi subway station just a 10-minute walk away.
“Even in these uncertain times we’ve seen an increasing interest in flexible working, as companies address how their employees will work in the future,” says Mauro Mordini, Country Manager, Italy and Malta. “That’s why we decided to further expand our presence in EUR with the fifth, and the biggest centre there. The main added value of this location is a fresh and vibrant centre with fully customisable office space.”
In October, there were eight further new IWG openings, including six Spaces sites and two Regus offices – an indication that the flexspace market continues to grow in popularity with businesses and individuals worldwide.
News from Europe
In Belgium, Spaces Guillemins occupies a striking new building, with close proximity to Liège-Guillemins train station. Nine floors contain private or shared offices, meeting rooms and a virtual address for those continuing to work remotely. Forty-four parking spaces make it convenient for drivers, while the public transport links make it easy for everyone to get around.
In Serbia, there’s no better place to rent flexible office space than in the area of Belgrade where all of the city’s major new office developments have been constructed within the past 10 years. Spaces Navigator II is located in a Class A building, with direct access to the Milutin Milankovic Boulevard, one of New Belgrade’s main arteries, which is well served by public transport, including a tram station right next to the building. Businesses can safely enjoy buzzing coworking spaces, six meeting and conference rooms on the centre’s first and second floor, as well as an on-site gym, cafeteria and plenty of parking. Nearby, the Štark Arena sports complex, the Shopping Mall and the Museum of Contemporary Art cover most tastes for entertaining.
In the UK, Spaces Canary Wharf is located in one of the fastest-growing business districts in London, inside a bold and modern building called The Cabot. Column-free floors fill each space with light, while floor-to-ceiling windows offer incredible views across the capital. In addition to 20 dedicated desks, 203 private offices and four meeting rooms, there’s also a large rooftop terrace, which provides inspiring outdoor spaces for relaxing, networking or brainstorming. The area of Canary Wharf boasts 300 premium shops and restaurants, as well as plenty of health clubs.
An update from Asia
In Japan, Spaces Shinjuku offers incredible views from one of Tokyo’s best-known skyscraper districts. Just minutes from the west exit of Shinjuku station, the world’s busiest railway terminal, an office here puts customers in the thick of the Tokyo action. From 21 dedicated desks to shared sofas and booths, as well as 101 private offices and five reservable meeting rooms, there’s room for every kind of working style. The nearby Golden Gai district provides entertainment for the end of a hard day’s work.
Growth in the USA
In Texas, US, Regus The Colonnade is perfectly placed for business success. The prestigious Colonnade building overlooks the North Dallas Tollway, the connection between big business and the airport, which is just a five-minute drive from the office. Its three-story atrium lobby features fountains, gardens, a bar and barista, a convenience store, and a cafeteria, while there are more than 170 restaurants and 22 hotels, all within 4.5sq miles. Coworking spaces, meeting rooms, and mail forwarding is available to customers, as is super-fast WiFi, friendly admin staff and on-site workout facilities.
Also in the US is Spaces Kettner Commons, San Diego, bringing a vibrant new shared working environment to the San Diego Bay area. Located on the edge of a rapidly redeveloping neighbourhood, on the south side of Little Italy, the transport links couldn’t be better. Drivers have immediate access to I-5 and Highways 163 and 94, while public transportation users can jump on the bus or train from the County Center/Little Italy Light Rail Station and explore the city. It’s also pedestrian-friendly. The centre is served by 126 private offices, 20 dedicated desks and three meeting rooms, as well as a private patio deck overlooking the harbour area.
Further global openings
Regus has also opened two further centres – one in Dusseldorf, Germany, (Regus Seestern) and the other in in Tegucigalpa, Honduras (Regus Torre Nova II). The latter marks the first IWG centre opening in the country.
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