Full Steam Ahead for Ventia with Second Serviced Office Launch of 2014

New business centre launches Farringdon

It’s full steam ahead for serviced office provider Ventia as the company launches its second brand new business centre for 2014.

Ventia’s newest centre is based on the Farringdon/Clerkenwell border close to Farringdon Stationand incorporates 160 workstations over six floors. Due to its location, Ventia expects it will prove popular with legal firms as well as the area’s emerging creative scene.

The business centre is certainly off to a strong start, launching with an outstanding 100% occupancy rate. This follows on from the 2014 launch of their St John Street property which achieved a 50% occupancy rate ahead of opening.

Specialising in the Central London office market, Ventia has focused on taking period properties and transforming them into flexible, modern business centres. Working with interior designers, the company has created a boutique feel within these centres, each of which is decorated and furnished with its own unique style.

Speaking about their new Farringdon property, Ventia Director Dan Wheble says; “We are thrilled to have found such a gem in this high demand area, this property, like all our recent acquisitions, fits well into our central London portfolio.”

The company now has a total of fifteen centres across Central London, covering key locations such as Clerkenwell, Fitzrovia and the City. Three of these centres were added to Ventia’s portfolio during 2013 which represented another strong year for the company.

Ventia’s success in filling its buildings further reinforces the rising popularity of serviced office space – particularly among businesses looking for flexible office space within Central London. Indeed, a similar pattern can be seen among other London office providers such as Landmark Plc, who recently announced that the expansion to their City business centre was already 77% let ahead of launch.


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