Spaces to open co-working hub in Reading town centre

The site will also feature a café, which will serve fresh deli food and barista-style coffee

Dutch workspace pioneer Spaces is to open a new co-working hub in Reading town centre it has announced.

Operating out of 3,576 sq m of space in 9 Greyfriars, resident start-ups will be housed in a new, energy efficient office building.

As well as providing co-working space and office meeting rooms, the site will also feature a café, which will serve fresh deli food and barista-style coffee.

The site is just just two minutes’ walk from the recently redeveloped Reading station, providing direct rail access to London, Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff.

Founded in 2006 in Amsterdam, Spaces provides creative working environments which are designed to integrate lifestyle into work.

This announcement is the latest step in Spaces’ UK expansion which continues to gain momentum.

It has already opened several hubs across the UK, in locations including London, Glasgow and Liverpool and Gerrards Cross.

Internationally, the company has a presence in the Netherlands, USA, Australia, Japan, Singapore and Mexico.

Richard Morris, UK CEO of Spaces, said:

“By providing social and inspirational environments with a real focus on community, Spaces is redefining what it means to be ‘at work’.

“As the home of a diverse range of leading companies, with a particularly thriving creative industry, Reading is widely considered to be the economic capital of the Thames Valley region. This makes it the perfect fit for our new Spaces hub.”

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