Following the successful launch of the offices in Berlin-Mitte and Hamburg in April 2016, Mindspace today announces its further expansion plans for Germany. Within 2017 Mindspace will expand its international network to a total of nine coworking spaces. With the launch of the new locations in Berlin and Munich in the second and third quarter of this year, Mindspace will have seven global locations. Two further coworking spaces will be announced soon.
In Munich, the new coworking space will be opened in the old town at Viktualienmarkt 8. Mindspace is located in the 200 year old Kustermann house with approximately 1,600 m² area. Not far from the church of St. Peter, the future members benefit from a variety of shops, restaurants and cafés, like Eataly, in the immediate proximity. With the central location and its successful design and service concept Mindspace will enrich the still small coworking scene in Munich and cater to a variety of companies, big and small, who will be benefitting from the network that has been created.
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“We are very pleased to be also represented in the South of Germany now,” says Yotam Alroy, Mindspace Founding Partner & Chief Business Officer, adding: “Munich as a city has enormous potential and is an ideal location for our concept.”
In addition, the Berliners can look forward to two new Mindspace locations this year. After the 5,000 m² at Friedrichstraße 68 were already fully booked after a short time, the company will offer fully equipped workstations in Kreuzberg (Skalitzer Strasse 104) and in Mitte (Krausenstraße 9-10). On the over 3,700 m² and 4,800 m², Mindspace will offer start-ups, freelancers and companies of various sizes all-round service in an exclusive ambience.
“The Berliners have welcomed us warmly last year and proved they are early adopters to the new way of working in a shared office community environment. We are glad to be part of the Berlin scene and now to further develop our coworking concept in Berlin and Munich. With the three new locations we want to continue this approach and extend our international network and community” said Dan Zakai, co-founder and CEO of Mindspace.
Mindspace was founded in 2014 and offers coworking in “boutique” style. In addition to an inspiring working atmosphere consisting of a mixture of vintage and industrial design, the “all-inclusive package” includes different services for the members such as fully furnished private offices, open space seating and exclusive suites for larger companies as well as meeting rooms, community events, networking and benefits, IT services, 24/7 access and month to month membership which allows for maximum flexibility. Customers in Germany include companies such as VW, Samsung, Hamburger Sparkasse, M&C Saatchi, Hertha BSC, moovel Group GmbH and EURONEWS.