Global workspace provider Regus has opened the doors to its fifth business centre in Leeds in response to the increased demand for workspace on flexible terms from the city’s professionals.
The centre occupies the 17th and 18th floors (948 sq m) of Pinnacle, one of the city’s most iconic buildings. It houses over 150 workstations and offers a range of flexible working options including co-working space, offices of varying sizes, Virtual Office services and meeting rooms.
Regus expects the facility to be popular with a wide range of users including local small businesses, start-ups and remote workers as well as national firms opening satellite offices and global businesses establishing a footprint in the local area.
Pinnacle benefits from a central location, and is close to numerous shops, restaurants and bars. It is located just six minutes’ walk from Leeds Central Station and half an hour’s drive from Leeds Bradford International Airport.
To celebrate the opening, a launch party is being held at the centre on Wednesday November 29th. Guests will have the chance to network and view the new workspace over canapés and hot food from the renowned Ox Club restaurant and a range of specially selected cocktails and refreshments from the bartenders at The Alchemist. Talented Yorkshire singer and guitarist John Gatenby will be providing the entertainment.
Richard Morris, UK CEO, Regus, comments: “We’re excited to be opening our latest Leeds workspace in response to strong demand for flexible workspace in the city. Sitting at the gateway between the city’s business and retail districts, Pinnacle is the perfect, strategic location to base a business in Leeds.”