Flexible workspace provider launches “state-of-the-art” office in London’s Knowledge Quarter
Premium flexible workspace provider TOG, whose platform spans more than 50 buildings across the UK and Germany, has opened the doors of its 40th London workspace: 210 Euston Road, in the heart of the “prestigious” Knowledge Quarter.
At 69,000 sq ft, the seven-floor building will be one of TOG’s largest workspaces to date, as well as its first to launch in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Workspaces and floor plans have been designed to be adapted or reconfigured to suit the evolving needs of tenant businesses, so they are as future-proof as possible to evolving technologies and shifts in working culture, and are able to accommodate expanding teams as companies grow.
TOG has also incorporated a range of “state-of-the-art” amenities for members, including a fully equipped fitness room, showers, a dedicated wellness room for anyone needing peace and privacy, a study, and storage for bikes.
In addition to top-flight coffee stations on every floor, the building has an on-site café run by the Caravan team and, on the seventh floor, a members’ bar for winding down after work.
One of the building’s biggest benefits is what TOG describes as an “unusual abundance of outdoor space”, care of 16 terraces high above street level, offering views over King’s Cross.
Jodie Eastwood, chief executive, Knowledge Quarter: “The Knowledge Quarter is the epicentre of London’s thinking economy and the repository of its knowledge – both ancient and modern.
“The KQ has a big part to play in driving UK innovation, and the opening of a new workspace such as TOG’s is an exciting sign that momentum is still growing – for anyone interested in shaping the future, this is the place to be.”
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