Office Space In Town's New "Alice" Serviced Offices 98% Let, Invite Prospective Tenants to London’s Own Rabbit Hole

The vibrant, Alice in Wonderland-inspired serviced offices at 2-6 Boundary Row in London is now home to an array of media, marketing and technology firms, but other outfits interested in the coveted workspace need not fret. Property developer Office Space in Town reveals that @Waterloo was 98% let within three months of opening and seeks to fill the extraordinary space.

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At a time that attracting and retaining top talent is a priority, an exciting work environment is a vital element for a growing company. Now, even a two-person company can impress a client in a quirky boardroom that will make the encounter memorable.

London, England (PRWEB) April 15, 2014

The Cheshire Cat's enigmatic grin. A too-big Alice disappearing through the ceiling. A garden of rosebushes fit for the Queen of Hearts. And teapots strung over long tables and chairs, enough to accommodate the Mad Hatter's tea party. Scenes from a storybook, yes — but in London, in a building called @Waterloo, these scenes welcome business owners and employees coming in to work every day at Office Space in Town's vibrant new serviced offices.

In January 2014, property developer Office Space in Town opened this five-storey, 33,000-square-foot facility — the latest, most exuberant branch among its roster of exceptional serviced offices, meeting rooms and virtual offices located across London, Northampton, Cardiff, and Edinburgh. Launched to coincide with the anniversary of much-loved author Lewis Carroll, the building called @Waterloo has since been the subject of significant interest among organisations of all sizes seeking inspiring and professional office spaces in prime locations. Office Space in Town reveals that @Waterloo was around 98% let within three months of opening — the fastest a serviced office has filled in the capital.

The building at 2-6 Boundary Row is, refreshingly, (fictional) worlds apart from the conventional serviced offices London organisations would expect. There are eight meeting rooms in the Alice in Wonderland theme, with scenes evoking Alice, the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, and Tweedledum and Tweedledee. The rest of the space is designed using memorable design elements lifted off the book's very pages — a shrunken false door, a chessboard ceiling, a rooftop garden with an Alice head sculpture, a giant white rabbit within the circulation space, and a library book reception desk.

Office Space in Town's prevailing philosophy has always been to provide top-quality office accommodation and business support across the UK — all the while taking into consideration the unique flexibility requirements of companies of all sizes, from across various niches. Whether a young start-up is in need of meeting rooms and virtual offices to establish a professional profile, or a growing organisation is considering the cost-effective solution provided by serviced offices, Office Space in Town offers convenient and reliable facilities and administrative services that prove to be highly beneficial and effective.

“At a time that attracting and retaining top talent is a priority, an exciting work environment is a vital element for a growing company,” says Giles Fuchs, director at Office Space in Town. “Now, even a two-person company can impress a client in a quirky boardroom that will make the encounter memorable. So much better than bland and beige.”

As tenants make their way down stark white corridors (guided by intermittent strip lights to simulate Alice's journey throughout the rabbit hole), they will find unbranded office spaces where their ventures are free to make their own mark. These fully furnished offices boast of modern fixtures and fittings and are completely supported by a first-class administration function. And because @Waterloo is in a prime SE1 site — just a stone's throw from primary transport links, restaurants and hotels — tenants are in an enviable position to cater to Waterloo's burgeoning media and tech scene.

Peldon Rose, an interior design company that has created stunning spaces for the likes of Google, Revlon and Sega (among others), is the creative force behind @Waterloo's whimsical concept. The design firm aimed to leave a lasting impression on visitors, and it accomplished such "through a combination of exciting design in communal and meeting areas, balanced by calming work environments in offices," says Peldon Rose CEO Jitesh Patel.

For more information on the most extraordinary offices and meeting rooms London has to offer today, and to find out how one can experience the same inspiring work environment as @Waterloo's current tenants (such as Trade Travel Gazette, CyberArk and Intelcom), visit http://www.theoffice-uk.co.uk/.


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