Flexible workspace company IWG is primed to open a location in Nedlands, WA under a management agreement.
Nedlands Office Pty Ltd partnered with IWG and will open a Spaces flexible workspace. The new Spaces location will include facilities including private offices, meeting rooms, co-working and creative spaces. The site also has add-ons like a roof top sky lounge and four electric vehicle (EV) charging stations.
Nedlands is one of Western Australia’s fastest growing suburban locations with rising demand for workspaces.
New WA workspace
Project Solutions bought the three-storey building in 2019 with a vision to encourage collaboration and productivity. The site will provide space for established firms and start-ups across a range of industries.
Tania Sydney-Smith, director from Project Solutions said “It’s great to see this vision come to life working alongside IWG, who really understand the world of hybrid work and that shows in the new space. The design incorporates creative open spaces, dedicated coworking and private offices and executive style meeting rooms.”
Damian Sheehan, IWG Country Head Australia, said fully integrated residential and commercial spaces are increasingly popular in markets like the US.
“Our workplace model is also proven to increase productivity and allows for a business to scale up or down at significantly reduced costs.”
Just last month IWG announced its 2024 arrival in the South Australian marketplace. IWG is partnering with developer Pelligra Group on the eight-storey building project in Mawson Lakes.