Workspace Group opens flexible office and studio space in Hatton Garden, London

The provider is offering free trial membership to its Club Workspace network to start-ups joining the facility, which houses 86 units, a café and roof terraces

Workspace Group PLC, which provides flexible offices and co-working spaces across London, has now opened its latest facility, The Record Hall, in the centre of Hatton Garden.

Housing 58,000 square feet of office and studio space, The Record Hall contains 86 units in spaces ranging from 170 to 7,000 square feet. It also offers four high-specification meeting rooms, an on-site café, a co-working lounge and roof terraces.

The building is also home to a new Club Workspace hub, providing members of the Club Workspace network with co-working space in which to collaborate. To celebrate the launch of the new property, Workspace Group says it will offer a one-month free trial of Club Workspace to businesses which join The Record Hall.

Workspace Group has also created 20 units in the building’s basement to be let specifically to local businesses in Hatton Garden’s historic jewellery trade.

Portions of the facility’s floorspace have already been snapped up by companies including mobile marketplace Mercari, which has booked the entire fifth floor.

Based at 16-16A Baldwin’s Gardens, the workspace has opened following an extensive £24m refurbishment of the building, which was formerly a records depository. It is situated within walking distance from the new Crossrail station at Farringdon.

The Record Hall is Workspace Group’s 68th facility, and its sixth property in the midtown area of London.

Angus Boag, development director at Workspace Group, said:

“The Record Hall has been designed to meet the growing need for flexible workspace among London’s diverse business community – offering resilient, secure and fast data along with building-wide Wi-Fi, break-out areas to collaborate with like-minded professionals and room to grow.

“We have been successful in creating strong business communities across our other Midtown business centres and The Record Hall is no different – the first customers have already moved in and the atmosphere is beginning to buzz.”

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