Work.Life launches flagship Soho site

Co-working brand, Work.Life, has opened its ninth site in Soho.

The 10,000 sq ft ground floor flagship site at 7-12 Noel Street (W1), which launched yesterday, is Work.Life’s seventh in London.

Situated in the heart of the city and a five-minute walk from Oxford Street, Tottenham Court Road and Piccadilly Circus, Work.Life Soho will cater for over 300 members, offering three levels of membership – Local (unlimited hot desking), Resident (private offices) and Flex (pay-as-you-go hot desking).

The pet-friendly will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for Residents and offers a reception area, fully-equipped kitchen, five meeting rooms and a packed wellness schedule including yoga classes and monthly massages, as well as discounts across a host of brands including Tide. Members & the Soho community will also benefit from free Redemption Roasters coffee on 16 October.

David Kosky, Co-Founder of Work.Life commented on the launch, “Soho has been in the pipeline for a while, so we are thrilled to finally launch this space, which is our most central location yet. We’re very excited to be extending our membership base and work-happiness focus to Soho’s business community.”

The space opens at 85% per cent capacity, with founding tenants including Tonkotsu and YunoJuno, all looking to benefit from the stunning new offices and central London location.

Steven Evans, MD at Tonkotsu, comments, “In a very fragmented and often confusing marketplace, Work.Life has made choosing a managed office space provider very easy. Their pragmatic approach has meant we can concentrate on running our business, safe in the knowledge that everything is taken care of.”

Launched in 2015, and providing space for over 3,000 members nationwide, Work.Life is one of the UK’s fastest growing workspace brands, with spaces in Fitzrovia, Hammersmith, London Fields, Clerkenwell, Camden, Bermondsey, Reading and Manchester.

Forecasting a 60 per cent growth in 2019, it has already expanded its Fitzrovia site to include a first floor earlier this year, with Hammersmith also set for expansion in Q4.