Looking for a unique yet flexible office with a unique design that supports your working requirements?
In the last decade, the demand for flexible office space has grown considerably, mainly due to the many changes in workforce needs.
As the adaption to working from different places increases, with it so does cross-functional roles and becoming more remotely connected. Therefore, it is paramount for businesses to consider how their workspace should meet the evolving needs of their employees. Flexible workspaces could be the ideal solution.
Customisability is the main attraction of flexible warehouse spaces, as they provide various working areas to accommodate the different types of business operations. The warehouse flexible spaces DeVono currently have available incorporate various open and dynamic features that allow the space to be reconfigured as needed.
These spaces have been reborn into new ones, carrying with them the industrial character of former buildings. Converting London’s historical buildings is an essential element in conservation and sustainability.
Here are our top 5 warehouse flexible office spaces that are catered to start-ups, freelancers and enterprises:
Record Hall was a record depository that was converted into a home to business spaces in Hatton Garden. The building is only minutes away from London’s famous Leather Lane Market and nearby Lamb’s Conduit Street, close to Farringdon and Chancery Lane Stations, and within easy access to King’s Cross St Pancras station. As you enter the building, you are welcomed with friendly staff, comfortable soft seating for informal meetings and a luxurious coffee bar. Surrounded by shops, markets and food outlets, The Record Hall is the perfect new home for a business looking to be centrally located.
This former 50,000 sq ft Victorian printworks factory on Borough Road has been transformed into a modern workspace that hosts several types of event spaces that can accommodate hundreds of people. Their dynamic club floor features a bar, deli, terrace, meeting rooms and event space. In their basement is where you will find the gym, box fitness studio, changing rooms, vanity area and content studio. This studio is a unique space with state-of-the-art AV and acoustic treatment. It is the perfect space for recording your podcast or hosting a meeting without distractions. Borough Road is the perfect warehouse flex space for creative and technology businesses.
Princelet Street is home to contemporary, flexible workspaces in the heart of East London. The bright office spaces have been designed to nurture productivity and wellness, and offer everything you need for the working day, with various areas to collaborate, concentrate, and socialise. Their extraordinary roof terrace offers striking views of the city, including the Truman Brewery. Nestled in the heart of the capital’s creative quarter, you will be within easy reach of great transport links close by, making it an effortless commute for your people and guests.
This space has a long history of philanthropy and social action. It was the home of the original Salvation Army Mission Hall on Whitechapel Road – which supplied food to the local community. To commemorate its history, the space has been reinvigorated with the community and multiculturalism at its core. A revolving art collection is hired from local and emerging artists. This eco-friendly building with bio-diverse roofs, ergonomic furniture, low LED feature lighting and led to the building’s BREEM ‘Excellent’ rating. With its strong sustainability credentials and advanced amenities, it is the perfect powerhouse for productivity.
Just by Farringdon’s new Crossrail station is 24 Greville Street, a Victorian warehouse conversion that is filled with industrial charm. Original features of the former Victorian building like the brickwork, vast windows and steel columns remain. The converted warehouse provides furnished private offices, event spaces, focus booths, an outdoor space, and breakout areas for you to enjoy, all filled with natural light and elegance. Working in this thriving and creative hub makes it a great location for commuters from all over London.
Organisations need to create the type of workspace that nurtures a resilient culture and encourages people to want to be at work. These warehouse flex spaces allow businesses to work in a modern and innovative way whilst creating their own identity within a historically significant building.
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