Just 18 months after Gabriela Hersham launched her first sustainable coworking space in Clerkenwell, the cofounder and CEO is almost finished unveiling her latest project in the Alphabeta Building in Shoreditch.
Made possible thanks to a £2.4 million funding round, Huckletree Shoreditch takes a leaf from its predecessor’s book when it comes to the environment. Every inch of the new project in the Alphabeta building has been designed with an eye for sustainability and environmental friendliness. The environmentally friendly policies in place have to meet a stringent list of criteria comprised of over 100 different elements, from waste removal to type of paint.
With the popularity of coworking still firmly on the rise, we are going to see a rapid growth of companies such as Huckletree. In a recent interview with Officing Today, Gabriela suggested plans to open more locations across creative hubs in London, adding that longer term goals were European innovation hotspots such as Berlin, Dublin and Paris. This expansion has been made possible by the recent cash injection of both investors and funding.
Launching in 2016, Huckletree Shoreditch will boast around 350 desk in high quality space. This will be split into open plan fixed desks and hotdesks, meeting rooms, private offices, breakout space and an event space suitable for 150 people. And on top of all this, Huckletree’s members will benefit from some of the fantastic features of the Alphabeta building; inspiring artwork, a great roof terrace and even an underground basketball court!
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