Citibase leads the flexible workspace revolution with two new prime London launches…15/12/2017
Citibase, the flexible officing champion, has boosted its central London presence, announcing two new flexible officing hubs in Knightsbridge and Victoria. These follow hot on the footsteps of the phenomenal success of the Citibase London Green Park and Citibase London Victoria Palace Street hubs, both of which premiered this spring. The newly launched centres are set to provide a boost for local businesses searching for flexible workspace in a prime location at an affordable price, and could host over 800 SMEs and entrepreneurs of the New Economy.
Knightsbridge needs no introduction as one of prime central London’s most prestigious areas to do business, with the new Citibase London Knightsbridge centre (pictured top) occupying a landmark building at 27 Knightsbridge, overlooking Hyde Park and moments from Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge underground stations. The building boasts a full height atrium and reception area which is flooded with natural light to make a dramatic first impression. The centre will be fully refurbished to an exacting specification, initially opening on the second floor, with the potential to provide up to 34,000 sq ft of space across four floors, housing up to 600 workstations.
A short distance away, the other side of Belgravia, the Citibase London Victoria hub (pictured below) is housed in a magnificent stone-clad building at 60 Buckingham Palace Road, and has the potential to provide up to 12,000 sq ft of flexible space and up to 230 workstations across three floors. Set right opposite Victoria station, with transport connections that are second to none, the centre will feature fully refurbished space and offer Customers a unique bespoke fit-out. The vibrant and revitalised Victoria business district and its myriad of shops, cafes and amenities are on the doorstep, whilst the high-end retail and dining options of Belgravia are just moments away.
Citibase CEO Steve Jude commented: “The success of our other two recently opened central London hubs – both of which have been filled soon after launching – has given us the confidence to continue our march across the capital. We know that these additional two new centres will be exceptionally popular with businesses both large and small seeking a first-class location in the heart of London’s most sought-after districts with the benefit of affordable, flexible and short-term contracts. Agile London businesses are taking to these no-hassle contracts in droves as the flight to flexibility takes place. Our latest exclusive Citibase Business Confidence Index backed this up with 74% of London SMEs surveyed stating that they wanted a contract of under three years.
“We have enjoyed a record past 12 months with a total of 11 new centres opening their doors across the UK. Whether it’s an entire building or an empty floor, we have nearly 25 years of experience in transforming underutilised office space into thriving hubs for entrepreneurs and SMEs, providing building owners with a healthy income from their assets in the process. There’s no greater concrete evidence to prove that the world of work has changed forever and that the need for affordable, flexible officing is spiralling.”
Both the new centres will offer flexible contracts and enjoy superfast broadband with a range of internet and telecoms packages, friendly business support services from specialist Concierge teams, showers and bike storage.
Citibase London Victoria, 60 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, London SW1W 0AH.
Citibase London Knightsbridge, 27 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7LY.
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