Office Space in Town Expands Its Provisions with Recent Acquisition of New Building

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Rising provider of serviced offices, virtual offices, meeting rooms and conference equipment, Office Space in Town, recently completed the purchase of a new building to meet service demand in the busy Waterloo area.

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“We were lucky to acquire this building and have already had strong interest from occupiers, although it won’t be ready for occupation until the refurbishment is finished in December this year

With a growing number of both old and new enterprises seeking a more cost-effective option for operations, Office Space in Town, the leading provider of serviced offices, virtual offices, London meeting rooms and conference equipment, has expanded its provisions to accommodate this strong demand. After the company’s success in Euston Tower, Liverpool Street Station and St. Pauls, it made the wise decision to push through with the purchase of a 36,000-square foot building in SE1 near Waterloo and Southwark stations.

Andrew Close, the acquiring agent at Masons, declared, “This is an excellent move with so little good quality serviced office space available in the area and huge demand.”

Giles Fuchs, the Managing Director of Office Space in Town, likewise added, “We were lucky to acquire this building and have already had strong interest from occupiers, although it won’t be ready for occupation until the refurbishment is finished in December this year.”

This is a strong follow-up to the company’s recently reported launch of new serviced office provisions in Edinburgh. The new building near Waterloo and Southwark stations is projected to offer the same quality service to clients which include instant telephony, furnished offices for a completely professional atmosphere, a highly-trained receptionist, on-site secure parking, meeting and boardroom facilities, office suites for both small and medium-sized companies, a premier address, disabled facilities, and business support, to name a few. With all these features, even start-up businesses can easily break into the competitive league of long-established business and secure a significant advantage in their respective industries without the usual hassles and hefty expenses.

A representative of the company cites that Office Space in Town offers great benefits, and these benefits are the core reasons why it has been steadily rising to meet demand and business organisations are anticipating the opening of its newest building. Firstly, the company has a simple licence agreement with no solicitor’s fees and has an all-inclusive monthly invoice, both of which contribute to effective cost management. Then, as far as image is concerned, any business can benefit from the prestigious business address, impressive reception area and personalised telephone service. On top of these, there is no capital outlay and there is 24-hour access every day of the week, easy access to local amenities, and excellent transport links.

These office solutions from the company provide businesses a chance to take their operations, no matter how unconventional they may be, to a higher level of efficacy and professionalism without the worrisome costs. Office Space in Town’s new purchase of the business building within the Waterloo area is expected to meet the office space demands of local businesses as well as online enterprises that require some traditional services to support their operations outside the digital realm through virtual offices. UK businesses (new, small ones and those that really just want a more practical solution) can definitely benefit from help from Office Space in Town. To learn more about its different offerings, visit

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