Spaces, the provider of worskspaces, has announced the start of operations in Bucharest. The company said its opening its first two locations in Bucharest at Unirii View Tower and Campus 6.
The Spaces feature collaborative areas, team rooms, co-working spaces, fully-equipped meeting rooms, furnished private offices and a café. Each on-demand workspace is kitted out with designer furniture– whether members need it for an hour or for many years.
In Bucharest, it will hold 3,000 sqm at Unirii View (1st, 2nd and 3rd floor) and 3,100 sqm at Campus 6.1 (first and second floor). Constructions have already started and they are due by the third quarter of this year.
“In the era of the workspace revolution, Spaces meets the demand for flexible workplaces and creates a synergy that extends outside the workplace,” said Ramona Predescu (Iacob), country manager of Spaces Romania.
Spaces said it targets open – minded business nomads, freelancers, energetic entrepreneurs, international workers, project teams, corporate intrapreneurs, start-ups and well-established national and global companies.
Spaces is part of International Workspace Group, a multinational corporation that provides a global workplace. Founded in Brussels, Belgium, in 1989, the group holds brands such as Spaces, Regus, Basepoint, No.18, Signature and Open Office. Among the companies that have chosen Spaces worldwide: Uber, Spotify, Airbnb, Paypal, Microsoft, Logitech or Oracle.
The company has 155 locations in 33 countries.