Work Club at 201 Kent Street Sydney improves amenity, flexibility and community for tenants

andrewcook

The opening of the Work Club Global shared workspace at 201 Kent Street Sydney has been well received by both new and existing tenants. The 10 year lease, along with the recent $8million lobby and café area refurbishment has added significant amenity for both existing and new tenants.

The new workspace is a Nordic inspired fit out curated over 1,600 square meters and two levels including the ground floor and features 4m high ceilings. Suitable for both small to medium sized enterprises as well as corporates, it provides focused and collaborative areas, break out space a bar for both members and visitors.

As well as this, tenants can access first class Concierge and other business and lifestyle services made available through Investa’s INSITE tenant portal.

General Manager at 201 Kent Street Danielle Bryan said: “Not only has Work Club improved the amenity for tenants at 201 Kent Street, providing an alternate space from which to work and collaborate, it has also further developed the community within the building, providing great opportunities for people to connect and network.”

Owned by Investa’s flagship wholesale fund, Investa Commercial Property Fund (ICPF), 201 Kent Street is located between Kent Street and Hickson Road, within walking distance to Wynyard bus and train stops and the dining and entertainment attractions at Barangaroo.

The addition of a prestigious shared workplace for professionals helps meet the precincts growing need for flexibility and an on-demand, ‘Workplace as a Service’ offering. Existing tenants leasing traditional office space within the building also benefit, as they have an alternate, ‘third space’ that their staff can access to meet different and changing workplace needs over time.

Soren Trampedach, Founder and CEO, Work Club Global said: “Our vision with Work Club Global is to be more than just a physical space; it is about bringing together a diverse range of professionals from different 2 backgrounds, breaking down traditional silos and creating an environment to spark conversations and collaboration.

Regardless of whether you are a solopreneur, or a major multinational business, Work Club provides spaces to work in where people are comfortable and able to thrive. It’s not work, it’s a lifestyle.”