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HB Reavis opens its first UK coworking space

HubHub LondonThe European developer, headquartered in Luxembourg, has started trading a 34,000 sq ft office, under its coworking brand HubHub, in London.

Located at 20 Farringdon Street with space for 700 members, HubHub has joined the rat race which is transforming the commercial sector and consuming not only London’s but the world’s buildings.

HubHub is aimed at startups with an approach that the company calls ‘grow-working’, which the firm believes sets them apart from more established competitors in the capital.

Natalia Kiskova, head of HubHub said its office spaces are “full of members with the same goal, to keep growing” and the company has “no doubt the London space will be the same.”

Membership starts from £350 per month and includes access to all HubHub global locations in Bratislava, Warsaw, Budapest and Prague.

Other companies that HubHub will be competing with includes; coworking giant, WeWork, which is the largest non-government landlord of office space in London, covering a total of 2.6 million sq ft; the Queen’s property company, the Crown Estate, which launched its first flexible office last month; developer British Land’s Storey; and IWG’s multiple coworking companies including Spaces, and Knotel.

Tenants of HubHub will benefit from regular dedicated events on trends and topics in their industry, such as AI, cryptocurrency, proptech and smart cities.

HubHub also promises a range of networking events to connect the startups with potential partners, collaborators, Venture Capitalists and investors, and to offer access to support, talent and skill-sets to help them scale.

Current tenants of HubHub’s London office include global network monitoring company, Thousand Eyes, which has chosen HubHub as its HQ.

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