Professional workspaces provider, Landmark, has completed the refurbishment of its buildings in Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester – Spinningfields and the city centre – as well as four in the City of London, at Cannon Street, the Royal Exchange, Gracechurch Street and Bishopsgate and one in the West End on Devonshire Street.
These projects form part of a portfolio-wide refurbishment programme and follow a pilot scheme designed to create and test the optimum workplace environment, informed by feedback from existing clients and prospective occupiers.
A total of 13 buildings have now been enhanced. As a result of these improvement works, throughout 2018 Landmark’s member numbers have doubled.
The concept for the office was created by Design Command. A unique zoning concept combines social, collaborative, private and meeting spaces – all designed to keep clients at their most productive throughout the working day.
John Spencer, CEO, at Landmark, said: “We are making a significant investment in our portfolio at a time when demand for flexible workplace options is rapidly increasing, from small and large firms alike. Serviced offices are now a key part of the real estate mix and we are committed to providing businesses with the professional space they need, based on their feedback.”