- Brisbane to offer Hub Australia's largest flexible workplace
- Demand for flexible office space has been accelerated by Covid
- The upgrade will expand the facilities to accommodate for 830 members
Hub Australia has announced the expansion of their flexible work hub in Brisbane, with the site set to become their largest in the country.
Perhaps one of the most significant and lasting impacts of the pandemic will be on office life. As employees demand more flexibility at work, there is an increasing need for flexible workplace solutions.
Once upgraded, Hub ANZAC Square will accommodate 830 members. This is a 25% increase over its current offering.
Hub Australia CEO and Founder, Brad Krauskopf, believes there is a growing demand for this type of flexible workspace in Brisbane’s CBD.
“We’ve created Hub Australia’s largest site in Brisbane as we expect more businesses will be drawn to the vibrant city’s stable and resilient commercial market.”
Brad Krauskopf, Hub Australia CEO and Founder
“Despite some recent COVID-19 restrictions in southeast Queensland, the appetite for high-end, engaging and versatile workspace is strong and we’ve already seen significant enquiry from small businesses through to large corporates,” said Mr Krauskopf.
The expansion will see an additional floor added to the current co-working site bringing the hub to five storeys.
Geyer Design will create the new space, which is expected to include additional collaboration spaces, meeting rooms, kitchen facilities and social areas.
Hub ANZAC Square member, Ark Energy Corporation’s Chief Executive Officer Daniel Kim praised the location’s excellent facilities. The expansion will enable Mr Kim and his team to relocate into a larger space.
“Since moving to Hub five months ago, Ark Energy has benefited from value for money and flexibility that has enabled us to easily expand our physical space in line with our business growth.”
Daniel Kim, Ark Energy Corporation’s CEO