After signing two new leases in less than 48 hours, The Boutique Workplace Company is celebrating its achievement of 40 serviced office sites across the UK, bringing the group’s total area to 440,000 square feet. Along with 32 Threadneedle Street in London, 9 George Square in Glasgow is the company’s first building in Scotland.

Based on the number of locations, Boutique is now among the top five providers of flexible workspace in London, per data provided by Spaces To Places. Specifically, almost 220,000 square feet has been added to the flexible space provider’s portfolio in the UK with the acquisition and opening of 13 new locations since 2020.

Martin Devine, Principal in the Flexible Advisory team at Avison Young, said the following: “We are delighted, after undertaking a demanding selection process with a number of potential operators, that The Boutique Workplace Company was selected as the ideal partner to take a lease on this fantastic Grade II listed building in the City. We are confident that Boutique will deliver an exceptional new office destination for our client.”

G8 Consult’s Douglas Green represented the landlord, EPIC for 9 George Square.

“We are very pleased to have secured Boutique as a leaseholder at 9 George Square, given their steady growth and excellent reputation in the flexible workspace sector,” said Leigh Perl, COO at EPIC.

The Boutique Workplace Company, Daniel Wheble, also stated: “We have been actively seeking a property in Glasgow for two years, so it’s great to be able to expand with this iconic address. With our consistent growth in London, we wanted to focus on expansion opportunities across the UK in order to grow our network for our clients.”

The Boutique Workplace Company was founded on the concept that diversity is a company’s greatest asset. Now, 40 distinctive buildings in London and the UK make up The Boutique Collection, and each was carefully chosen for its uniqueness and high operating standards. Additionally, each Boutique Workspace houses a vibrant community of independent freelancers and small to medium-sized companies from a range of backgrounds and sectors.


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