Ventia Continue Expansion with New Office Property in Central London
UK serviced office provider Ventia have added a tenth location to its growing portfolio of serviced offices in London, Bristol and the Thames Valley, with a new business centre in the City.
The serviced office company have announced the acquisition of two new centres, and have marked their expansion by opening their first location in the capital’s financial district.
Located just around the corner from one of London’s most recognisable landmarks – 30 St Mary Axe, also known as the Gherkin – the property is situated on the corner of Houndsditch and Cutler Street next to Devonshire Square, a stone’s throw from Aldgate and Liverpool Street tube stations.
“We have been looking for the right opportunity to expand into this area, as the City office market is rebounding strongly from the challenges it has faced over the past few years from the economic climate,” commented Leo Patching, Director at Ventia Ltd.
He added: “Cutlers Court is the perfect fit for this, and is in a great location with high prospective demand for the service that we will be providing clients with.”
Recently refurbished, the property now offers contemporary, furnished office space for small and medium businesses with the latest in IT and telecoms, and a number of office suites ranging in size from 2 to 20 persons.
Steve Foster has recently joined Ventia as Commercial Manager for the site, and said that he is excited to be joining the company “at this time of growth”.
He commented that the centre “mixes an excellent standard of office space in a key area for businesses in central London,” adding that it remains “affordable for businesses of all sizes and stages of development.”
Along with their new business centre in the City, Ventia have also announced the addition of another new property.
Situated in Marlow, the property offers a range of refurbished space totalling 6,500 sq ft spread across 3 floors. Location is an obvious benefit, as the building is a few minutes’ walk from Marlow train station and a short drive from the M40 motorway.