New Work – one of the top three flex office providers in CEE – is continuing its expansion in Poland with the announcement of three new openings by the end of 2019 – in Warsaw, Łódź and in Kraków. Already operating in five countries in Central and Eastern Europe (Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania and Ukraine), New Work is now focusing on its fastest-growing market, Poland.
While the rapid growth of New Work in Poland was thus far concentrated on Warsaw, the company is now expanding into regional cities that boast the strongest growth potential, occupying high quality office buildings in prime locations.
“In Poland we are consistently adding new offices to our network to be able to offer prime locations in all relevant cities to our clients. We are now opening our first office in Łódź. And despite being a newcomer to the Kraków market, we are already in the process of planning a second location there. In fact, by the end of 2020 we plan to be present in 12 cities in Poland in approximately 20 locations,” said Hubert Abt, CEO and founder of New Work.
New Work’s flex offices in Poland are currently available in Warsaw at Wilanów Office Park, Neopark – a strategically located, modern business hub in Mokotów with easy access to Chopin International Airport, Kaleńska 5 Business Center – recently awarded as “Office with Soul” a building that reflects the atmosphere of the historic factory located next door, as well as in the most intensively developing part of the Wola district, where more than 4,000 sqm office space at the Wola Retro building will be opening on October 17th.
7,000 sqm of space from New Work is already available in the city of Łódź at Imagine, and from early next year at Hi Piotrkowska 155 – the tallest office building in town. In the south of Poland, in Kraków, there will also be two centers in operation by Q I 2020 – one at Building H of Bonarka for Business (B4B) and a second location to be disclosed soon. Further expansion will bring New Work to the Tri City region and to Wrocław in the next 6 months.
Clients of New Work have access not only to the company’s flex office solutions locally, but also of its network throughout the CEE region. “Clients of New Work can benefit from the company’s network of business centers in all major CEE markets by using other locations on a drop-in basis while travelling in the region,” explained Katarzyna Zając-Martin, Marketing Manager of New Work in Poland.
“The demand for work space from corporate clients is constantly growing. Not only from Fortune 500 companies, but also from mid-size corporations with 25 to 100 work stations asking for more and more flex solutions. Our clients are compelling us to open new locations in cities where we are not yet present so they can run their rep offices and task force teams there on the same contract. In order to supply this demand, New Work will manage more then 50 locations with a total of 130,000 sqm soon. To finance this growth, New Work just issued Series B shares which will bring the equity to EUR 10 million by the end of Q3 2019,” added Hubert Abt.