£250k invested in community-driven collaborative workspace initiative.
A Newry-headquartered property development and investment firm has invested a quarter of a million pounds in a shared, community-driven and fully serviced Coworking office space initiative.
Flexi Work Space in Newry was officially launched by Parker Green International, following its major investment in the project. It is the developer’s second venture of this kind, following a fit-out of the Merrion Buildings in Dublin in 2016 for serviced office use also.
Located in the heart of Newry City, the space is at the centre of the busy Creamery Quarter and is within close proximity to a plethora of cafes, shops and local businesses.
Flexi Work Space’s members can take full advantage of a flexible working environment, world-class IT infrastructures and front of house support for as little as £75 per month.
Garrett O’Hare, Chief Commercial and Operations Officer, Parker Green International said: “We are thrilled to launch Flexi Work Space in Newry, during a time when Coworking is growing rapidly across the globe.
“Flexi Work Space has been thoughtfully designed to deliver a modern, creative workspace that inspires our community of members, and sparks innovation and collaboration.”
The site also includes stylish break-out areas, privacy booths, complimentary artisan coffee and high-speed broadband. Furthermore, tech and business social meet-up events will take place at Flexi Work Space regularly, and attendance at these is included in the membership packages.
Mr. O’Hare added: “We have always been very focused on the psychology of how people interact, particularly when it comes to the built environment.
“We believe that people will deliver their best when they are given the opportunity to work in creative office accommodation, which is why we dedicated so much time to the design of Flexi Work Space, ensuring that we created an inventive, welcoming and vibrant space for our members.”
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