12 FEBRUARY 2020
Procurement Australasia’s newest co-work Space Station location at L10, 440 Collin Street, Melbourne, offering affordably priced flexible co-working spaces in a comfortable, professional setting, will be officially opened on the 28th February by The Hon Sally Capp, Lord Mayor of the City of Melbourne.
L10, 440 Collins Street is the group’s third Space Station location and a significant step forward for the Procurement Australasia Space Station brand which offers a unique blend of co-work and serviced office space with great configuration flexibility at co-work space prices.
This newest Space Station is built around a Members Lounge that provides a comfortable and relaxed business base for tenants and comes on the back of a successful financial year for Space Station’s other two sites – 461 Bourke Street, Melbourne, and 9 Help Street, Chatswood in Sydney
Offering individual ‘plug-in and play’ hot-desks, small to large flexible offices and training and boardroom business spaces, L10, 440 Collins Street features state of the art technology together with the capability of hosting meetings, events, seminars, workshops and all other medium-sized events.
All levels of electronic media and video conferencing with free Wi-Fi, competitively priced printing, copying and scanning services are available on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.
This potent combination of Space Station’s features enables new and existing businesses more opportunity to attract and retain highly productive young employees and allows long-standing businesses to morph their culture in a way that meets the demands of both a highly changed future and new generations of employees.
One of the reasons Procurement Australasia’s Board decided to back the development of Space Station as a key business initiative was that its spaces offer a great cost effective, adaptable office space options in terms of both technology and size for companies and sole traders.
Procurement Australasia’s Chief Executive Manager, Mr Joe Arena said today : “As demand for flexible office space grows to meet business needs in line with industry fluctuations, it makes sense to bring more flexible office space into the Melbourne market.
“Key to this is the fact that more and more new businesses – especially start-ups driven by the digital era – are seeking co working environments in which to start their operations as these not only offer room for expansion, but importantly, more flexible lease terms at very competitive rates.
“Additionally, today’s new era workplace talent are looking to work in office environments that meet their needs in terms of technology, personal comfort, flexibility and location,” he said.
Space Station’s office spaces are smart, connected, offer integrated communications and a range of amenities enabling employees to bring their own devices and access all offerings – lifts, parking, meeting rooms, relaxation spaces and comfortable facilities.
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For further information, contact:
Joe Arena, Chief Executive Officer, Procurement Australasia
Ph: (03) 9810 8600