London-based serviced office provider, The Boutique Workplace Company, is set to open their 30th London workplace, just a stones-throw away from the capital’s iconic St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The company specialise in boutique, ‘design-led’ workplaces and have just signed a 10-year lease on an office space on Carter Lane. The 5-storey, 14,000 square feet building will be equipped with private offices and whole self-contained floors which are available to rent from November this year.
The office provider has begun fitting out the space with flexible workspaces, business lounges, event spaces and meeting rooms. The company notes that their latest serviced office will be ideal for start-ups looking for flexible workspace whilst also being able to accommodate larger, more established businesses in their self-contained floors, totalling 2,700 square feet.
Clients who become members of the Carter Lane offices will have access to many of the features of serviced offices like meeting rooms, breakout areas and kitchens, as well as extra amenities like showers, bike racks, lift access and, most impressively, a roof terrace which overlooks St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The building itself is close to good transport links, with City Thameslink, Blackfriars and St. Paul’s all within walking distance. The Boutique Workplace Company believe their modern workspace provides a juxtaposition to the medieval history of Carter Lane, which dates back to the 13th Century when the street formed part of a network connecting St. Paul’s to the River Thames.
The office provider has been growing ever since their acquisition of Ventia Ltd and now boast 30 workspaces across London, with serviced offices in Mayfair, Shoreditch, Soho and Covent Garden, just to name a few. They are amongst a large handful of serviced office providers taking advantage of the popularity of managed and flexible workspaces. This year alone they have already acquired the impressive Mayfair workspace, 25 Green Street, as well as signing a huge deal to home highly successful media company, VaynerMedia.