Work Club Global to open first Brisbane site at new Breakfast Creek Lifestyle Precinct

Work Club Global to open first Brisbane site at new Breakfast Creek Lifestyle Precinct
Work Club Global to open first Brisbane site at new Breakfast Creek Lifestyle Precinct

Premium flexible office space provider Work Club Global is set to open its first Brisbane site, its sixth nationally, in the new retail and commercial zone, Breakfast Creek Lifestyle Precinct.

They've signed on to a 10 year lease for 1,600 sqm in the new precinct by developer LSH Property Australia and is set to open in 2021.

Work Club Global provide premium flexible office space in Sydney’s Barangaroo and Melbourne’s Collins Street.

The likes of Mercedes-Benz Brisbane and Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty are signed up for the new five level 32,710 sqm waterfront precinct.

The multi-award-winning chef Shannon Kellam will also be bringing his new culinary offerings MICA, Lumiere Events and Culinary Studio, and production kitchen The Kneadery, to the precinct.

 Work Club Global to open first Brisbane site at new Breakfast Creek Lifestyle Precinct

Work Club Global founder and chairman Soren Trampedach, says Work Club Global are committed to creating premium flexible work environments and providing experiences that extend well beyond the traditional serviced office.

"We are thrilled to join forces with LSH Property Australia to bring the Work Club Global brand to Brisbane, and to offer businesses access to our best-in-class spaces and experiences.”

 

Over the coming years, LSH Property predict there is likely to be dynamic movement within the serviced office space, and partnering with Work Club Global enables them to provide a first-class flexible offering to Brisbane based businesses of all kinds.

Nicholas Quince, chief financial officer and director at LSH Property Australia, said, “Our vision for Breakfast Creek Lifestyle Precinct is to create the very best in experience, and this extends to the business community."

 

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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