We’ve added loads of stunning new workspaces to our website this month – and they’re not all in London! Although each one is unique, they all have one thing in common: flexible terms. That means you can move in straight away, for as long as you want and take on more space as your business grows.
Guaranteed to make you want to move immediately, here they are in all their glory…
To book a viewing at any of our spaces, contact the team today.
Situated in Manchester’s commercial district, this brand new workspace covers three floors of the city’s newest high-rise, a building that’s helped reshape the Manchester skyline. Popular with solo entrepreneurs and growing businesses, this office really is a hub of creativity – a fact reflected in the interior design of the property. It’s not just about work either. Together with coworking and private office space, Spinningfields is comprised of a cafe and wellness rooms!
Head to Beastro – also in Spinningfields – for meaty treats with a twist.
Think outside the box at Breakout Manchester, perfect for team building activities (unless the team in question is full of egos)!
Chalk Farm Road, Camden
Camden is where creativity meets innovation, and this new serviced office complex captures just that, which is why creatives and tech startups love it so much. The jewel in the crown has to be the stunning atrium, designed by Tom Dixon, which combines style with sophistication, featuring a communal coffee bar, outdoor terrace and multiple event spaces.
Forget boring old ’99s – they lost their appeal 10 years ago when they stopped being 99p! Get your ice cream fix at Chin Chin Labs, where you can watch your dessert being made using liquid nitrogen.
Get your dancing shoes on and jazz hands out at the Jazz Cafe who have recently celebrate their 25 year anniversary. It’s an intmate venue for jazz, soul, reggae and other genres from emerging and established stars.
Hapelech Street in Tel Aviv
Welcome to five whole floors of beautifully designed coworking space in the HaZerem building, Israel. The great thing about such as large space is that the workspace on offer is varied – large companies will find plenty of space and high growth startups can scale up easily. Furry friends are also welcome; as with many of the offices on our list, pets are allowed! Yay!
Head to The Dining Hall for a decent range of fresh food and delicious post-office cocktails with coworkers or clients.
Check out Old Jaffa, one of the world’s oldest cities and one of the hottest places to be right now (literally) if you’re a creative. You’ll find it in the southern part of the Tel Aviv – Jaffa municipality.
La Fayette, Paris
This gorgeous, glamour-exuding Art Deco workspace in Paris is enough to make anyone seethe with jealousy! Located just off the Grands Boulevards, the property is the pinnacle of sophistication with the Palais Garnier just a few steps away. Although the building itself is prestigious, the interior is laid back and designed for comfort and productivity, making it perfect for ambitious businesses.
Head to Pirouette, a ‘gastronomic bistro’ serving up a selection of 130 wines.
Not everyone’s cup of tea, but if you’re up for something a bit different – and darker – visit Les Catacombs, a municipal ossuary dating back to the eighteenth century.
Potsdamer Platz, Berlin
Located in the heart of Potsdamer Platz, this trendy new workspace in Europe’s emerging startup capital offers members flexible office options in Berlin’s most creative neighborhoods. Access to the gorgeous central plaza and sweeping views of the city make this a popular spot for anyone with a taste for a view.
Check out the Tiergarten…
According to Vogue, “Katz Orange facinates with an interesting menu offer and endearing atmosphere.”
Thelonius Bar in Kreuzberg is a hotspot for artisan cocktails in one of the most on-trend parts of Berlin.
A characterful oasis in the midst of bustling Shanghai, this new WeWork workspace is perfect for those who want to get down to business, but find the more corporate options stifling. This location offers innovative office space across four floors of a modern building, in the former neighbourhood of the French Concession.
At lunchtime, be sure to visit Furguson Lane with its quaint food carts and stop-ins.
Check out Shangai’s oldest jazz band, founded in 1947!