New business space

There’s a new co-working space in the city, and it’s looking good.

Perched on the 18th-floor atop 461 Bourke St, the state-of-the-art facility is brand new and has been purpose built for maximum flexibility.

Procurement Australia CEO Joe Arena said the group was pursuing  three objectives by moving from Hawthorn to the CBD.

Apart from housing its own staff and providing a new city lounge for its existing membership, the move into the flexible business space market was designed to generate income to help pay the rent.

Well-appointed, with great natural light and sight-lines, the space has something for everyone.

“Businesses can rent a room for a day, an office for a year, or a hot-desk by the hour,” Mr Arena said.  “It’s ideal for start-ups or any business looking for a Bourke St address.”

“One of the benefits is that shared office clients can get to meet our members using the lounge facilities.  It’s a great business-to-business networking opportunity.”

Interested businesses are encouraged to email Yvette Huntington at [email protected]

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