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Scott.Weber Workspace buys the BASE coworking center from Penta Real Estate

Scott.Weber Workspace buys the BASE coworking center from Penta Real Estate

Prague, 6 December 2023 – Penta Real Estate is selling the fully occupied BASE coworking center, which is part of the Churchill office complex in Prague 2. The buyer, Scott.Weber Workspace, continues to expand and strengthen its role as a leader in the Prague flexible office market. Penta will hand over the operation of the coworking center to the current market leader and will fully focus on new development projects in the Florenc and the main railway station area, among others. 

“At Scott.Weber Workspace we registeran increasing demand for fully equipped offices, so we are constantly looking for new opportunities to grow both through acquisitions and organically. With its location, attractiveness, and level of service, BASE fits our concept perfectly, so it was a logical choice for us. Our prediction of market consolidation is coming true, with our centers currently occupying almost 40% of the market,” says Adam Zvada, CEO and founder of Scott.Weber Workspace. 

“The Prague BASE concept was a combination of a perfect location, stylish workplace, quality, and top-notch facilities with the carefree flexibility typical of a coworking environment. However, we have seen consolidation in the flexible office market by specialist operators who can offer their tenants greater levels of flexibility thanks to a wider range of locations. Therefore, instead of further growth of Prague BASE, we decided to focus on our key business –  the development of large transformation projects in the wider center of Prague. However, we will maintain the operation of BASE in the unique environment of Jurkovič’s heating plant in Bratislava,” says Pavel Streblov, Commercial Director for Commercial Development at Penta Real Estate. 

BASE louge seating detail

BASE will be the 13th Prague center managed by Scott.Weber Workspace, a leader in the domestic flexible office market. The BASE center has a total area of 2,200 sqm, and in addition to private offices for smaller and larger teams, it offers nine meeting rooms of various sizes (from 4 to 18 people), a training room (up to 24 people), and a community area with event space for up to 100 people. Up to 300 employees can work in the space at one time. It is located in the Churchill I an office building that stands out for its cutting-edge architecture, flexible interior layout, and efficient operation (LEED Gold certification). With nearby main railway station, the building has excellent transport accessibility.  

“We plan to conclude contracts with landlords for eight more centers by the middle of next year, including expansion on existing sites. This will give Scott.Weber Workspace more than 50% of the serviced office and coworking market and almost double the current leasable space. This currently stands at 41,000 sqm. As part of this expansion, we will also enter the regions, gradually opening flexible offices in Brno and Ostrava,” says Adam Zvada, CEO and founder of Scott.Weber Workspace.  

BASE front desk detail

The 14th Scott.Weber Workspace site will open in the first quarter of next year in Libeň, Prague. The new location in the DOCK complex will have a total of 350 seats and event spaces or private terraces. It will also offer zones for clients focused on three well-being pillars that promote productivity and employee satisfaction. Specifically, services and amenities focused on promoting a healthy body, mental well-being to nurture a healthy spirit, and social well-being to promote socialization and sense of belonging for companies and individuals. Within the DOCK Centre, companies will find, among other things, a gym, a massage and wellness area, a bistro, and fully equipped kitchens. 

BASE office
BASE community kitchen

About the company

Scott.Weber Workspace operates fully equipped flexible office and coworking spaces for businesses of all sizes and individuals. Currently, thirteen locations offer over 5,000 desks on an area of over 40,000 sqm. The company plans to further expand its presence not only in Prague but also outside the capital. 

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+420 602 143 489 

 

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Home office is offered by 39% of companies. 3 out of 5 young Czechs want the opportunity to work alternately from home

Prague, 21 June 2023 – Demand for a combination of home and office-based work remains high even as the post-covid period comes to an end. Young people are the most attracted by the job, with 3 out of 5 employees under the age of 35 wanting to use it. Older generations, on the other hand, are more reticent. Less than half (41%) prefer to work purely in the office, while only 15% of them use working from home in practice. In total, 39% of companies offer a rotating work model. This is according to a survey mapping employee and employer attitudes for Scott.Weber Workspace.[1]

Demand for a hybrid work model is greater for all generations than what companies are offering them.

Only 18% of Czechs regularly work from home and the office. Attitudes to working from home vary significantly between age groups. “Young people are most often attracted to the hybrid model. Among employees under 35 years of age, 61% of respondents want to use it,” says Adam Zvada, CEO and founder of Scott.Weber Workspace, based on the survey results. Employees in the 54-65 age group, on the other hand, are more reserved on this issue. A full half of them prefer to work exclusively in offices, while only 41% of them are interested in home offices, a quarter less than younger people.

Alternating work from home and office is more common among employees of medium and large companies, especially in Prague, South Moravia and the Hradec Králové Region. While in Prague or Brno every third employee works from home, in the Zlín Region only 9% of employees work from home, and in the Liberec Region only 6%. On the other hand, commuting to the office is preferred by the inhabitants of the South Bohemia and Karlovy Vary regions, where more than half of the employees work this way.

Hybrid model transforms office interiors

The pandemic has accelerated the process where even companies operating in seemingly traditional and conservative industries have realised that the role of the office has changed, and their employees have different requirements for the working environment. They have therefore started to introduce the so-called hybrid model of work, i.e., a certain combination of home office and office work. “In our experience, employees usually prefer the middle ground when it comes to working from home or in the office. The hybrid model allows them to choose between working at home or in the office as needed and to take full advantage of the benefits that each environment brings,” comments Zvada.

This trend is confirmed by the data. The survey shows that 39% of all employers currently offer the option of working from home, with one in five planning to expand it further. A further 7% are planning to introduce it. On the other hand, 12% do not plan to offer home office and 39% of employers say that this form of work is not possible in their industry.

Flexible offices respond to changes in the working environment

Experience from recent years shows that despite the high popularity of working from home, employees have not given up on working in offices. In fact, there are certain aspects of the modern office environment that working from home cannot replace. The reasons for commuting to the office vary between employees. While some are attracted by the opportunity to meet colleagues and socialise, others appreciate the quiet, high-tech environment where they can concentrate on their work. The flexible office model responds to these demands by offering companies bespoke spaces tailored to the exact needs of their employees. But it also brings benefits to the companies themselves.

“In traditional offices, companies have contracts for 5, 7 or even 10 years. During that time, they can change the setup only to a limited extent, but it is often time-consuming and too expensive. Flexible offices, on the other hand, allow the space to be scaled up or down according to current needs. OfficeRnD CEO Miro Miroslavov estimates that the flexible model can represent a cost saving of up to 40% for companies,” says Zvada, adding that the flexibility also lies in the fact that the space is tailor-made for companies. Not only in terms of design, but also in terms of furniture, ICT, and cyber security. Thanks to this, companies save hundreds of thousands to millions on the initial investment.

Scott.Weber Workspace expands

Scott.Weber Workspace, the largest provider of flexible offices and coworking, is also responding to the increased interest. The thirteenth centre will open in Libeň. The new Dock location will have a total of 350 office spaces and event spaces or private terraces. Scott.Weber will provide an exceptional number of relaxation zones in the Dock. It will also offer a bistro for clients with a chef who will use fresh ingredients directly from the roof terrace with a garden.

About Scott.Weber Workspace

Scott.Weber Workspace operates private flexible offices and coworking spaces. It hosts events in its space and also offers facilities for individuals and businesses of all sizes. The company plans to further expand its presence not only in Prague but also outside the capital.

More at www.scottweber.cz

Media contact: Ondřej Hubatka, [email protected], +420 608 481 702

[1] Survey of 1000 and 100 employers via Ipsos Instant Research.

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Scott.Weber Workspace opens fourth location in Prague 8 – its thirteenth in the city overall

Scott.Weber Workspace opens fourth location in Prague 8 – its thirteenth in the city overall

The largest provider of private flexible offices and coworking space is opening a new centre at Dock in Libeň, Prague 8. This, its thirteenth centre, will offer 350 office spaces, plus event areas, private terraces, and over 20 meeting and other rooms designed for focused work to increase productivity, all spread over 3,190 sq m. Scott.Weber’s Dock site will feature a whole multitude of relaxation zones dedicated to well-being. These are designed to promote workers’ physical and mental health, enhance their comfort, and increase their overall satisfaction. Clients can even enjoy a bistro offering dishes served up by a chef using fresh ingredients sourced directly from the rooftop terrace and garden. Dock also employs the concept of modular event spaces.

The new location is in Dock In Five, one of the buildings in a sprawling complex developed by Crestyl. Dock opens out from the Palmovka metro station into jogging and cycling trails that start in Libeň, run through Holešovice and Troja, and end all the way over at Stromovka. “We chose Dock because this is one of the best locations in Prague. It hugs the River Vltava and is close to nature, yet at the same time there is a public transport hub, and the city centre is just minutes away. Dock is a vibrant site with a wealth of amenities – not just restaurants and cafés, but also gyms and other useful businesses such as a roastery and dry cleaner’s,” says Adam Zvada, CEO and founder of Scott.Weber Workspace.

Well-being, plenty of light and plants have been shown to boost productivity

Scott.Weber interiors are developed and designed to comply with the most stringent Well certification. This focuses on the quality of the indoor office environment so as to increase employee satisfaction and productivity. It assesses aspects such as air and water quality, the amount of light, natural vegetation, and how well the environment promotes physical and mental well-being.

Dock also has LEED gold status, which is the highest level of certification for building sustainability. This confirms that buildings are designed with energy efficiency, environmental friendliness and indoor environmental quality in mind. “When we are identifying future premises, the well-worn mantra of ‘location, location, location’ is by no means the only relevant factor anymore. These days, we also have to consider the quality of the building and the interior spaces and, most importantly, what amenities are available in the building and its immediate surroundings. We occupy A-grade buildings that meet the most stringent criteria when it comes to sustainability, environmental impact and the quality of the workspace for employees. That’s what is most important today. The Dock complex has the added bonus of great amenities when you look at the restaurants, cafés, gyms, shops and other everyday services around here,” explains Adam Zvada.

Staff need more informal rooms as a place to work together and concentrate

The demands and requirements of companies and their workers are evolving at an ever-increasing pace. “What was considered the ideal just a year ago is now deemed inadequate. A case in point is the number of call boxes, focus rooms and other spaces where people have privacy to make calls and hold one-to-one meetings, for example,” says Ivana Ludvíková, Head of Design at Scott.Weber Workspace. This is one of the reasons why companies at the Dock site will have access to 10 meeting rooms with a capacity of up to 20 people. Plus, there will be 10 more rooms for online calls and to quickly touch base, or perhaps as a space for quiet, focused work or brainstorming.

Demands relating to staff involvement in social activities are also growing. “Our values include engagement and networking. We organise both business and fun events for our clients, where companies can present themselves and get to know each other, and where people can unwind in various ways. This interconnectivity has spawned media-interesting ideas and opportunities for us. This is one way of enhancing employee and employer satisfaction,” adds Adam Zvada.

Over 5,000 office spaces across Prague

Scott.Weber currently offers upwards of 5,000 office spaces over a total area of more than 40,000 sq m at 13 sites. This equates to more than a third of the Prague private flexible office and coworking market. With the new Dock site opening on 1 January 2024, the company is further consolidating its position as the largest provider as it moves towards its target of a 50% market share.

About the company

Scott.Weber Workspace runs private flexible offices and coworking spaces. It hosts events on its premises and offers facilities for individuals and businesses of all sizes. It currently has a portfolio of nearly 5,000 office spaces with over 40,000 sq m. of space across its 13 locations. The company has plans to expand its presence not only in Prague, but also outside the capital.

Media contact:

Ondřej Hubatka
[email protected]; +420 608 481 702

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Employees lack rest areas and quality food options in the workplace. Employers see it differently.

Employees and employers are divided on what an office work environment should look like. More than half (52%) of workers find the space inadequate, and most miss having space to take breaks and rest. In contrast, 78% of employers believe their employees are satisfied with the office facilities.  The Ipsos survey via Instant Research, conducted for Scott.Weber Workspace, further compares employee and employer attitudes as part of the hybrid work model trend.

More and more companies are actively addressing the well-being of their employees, but their perceptions of the working environment differ from the expectations of their workforce. According to the survey, 52% of employees believe that their employers do not offer them a suitable place to relax, and a quarter even perceive the availability of rest areas as downright poor. College students and employees of large companies with more than 1,000 employees are particularly dissatisfied. However, employers’ views differ significantly. Up to 78% of them think their employees are satisfied.

“Modern-minded bosses realise what perhaps all studies and analyses say. Employee productivity increases, or at least doesn’t decrease, when they have the opportunity for a quick rest in a relaxation zone. Shared design spaces that encourage creativity also have a positive effect. Unfortunately, some conservative managers think that space with desks and computers is efficiently used and non-work spaces are unnecessary and actually expensive. The opposite is true, and more and more companies are realizing this. This change in thinking also comes with the generational change and the rise of millennials and Generation Z,” explains Adam Zvada, founder, and CEO of Scott.Weber Workspace.

This trend is also confirmed by Cushman & Wakefield, one of the largest providers of consultancy services for tenants, investors, and developers of office space in the Czech Republic. “Employee expectations have changed significantly over the past three years. People are more aware of the environment they work in and the opportunities it brings. They see offices as a place to collaborate with colleagues, not as a place where they sit for eight hours. These requirements then increasingly play an important role in situations where they are deciding on their next career steps. Companies that don’t place more importance on their employees’ preferences risk losing their best workers to employers who are willing to listen to them and move with the times,” says Radka Novak, Head of Office Leasing, CEE Region, Cushman & Wakefield.

Employees want to eat well and work in a nice environment

Employers and employees also have different views on the availability of quality catering. While a varied range of catering options is high on the scale of importance for employees (81%), employers believe that their employees do not place as much importance on this aspect (71%). Generation Z and millennials are most concerned about this issue.

The survey also found that a nice working environment has a much greater impact on worker satisfaction than companies believe. For nearly 9 out of 10 employees, it’s key. In contrast, companies considered the importance of the environment lower, by as much as 13 percentage points.

Even generational change has not changed the Czech misfortune. Czechs don’t want to commute for work

The survey also confirmed one of the Czech specifics – Czechs do not like to commute for work. The vast majority of workers consider the short commuting distance home and the availability of public transport to be key. Employers are also aware of this need.

“With generational change, irreversible changes are taking place. Offices are now a place for collaboration and socialising. Above all, employees should feel comfortable there and have the necessary facilities as well as a place to relax, meet and eat well. Only a happy employee can deliver a great performance. We observe these trends in our centres and the results of our survey only confirm them,” comments Adam Zvada on the current trends in the industry.

About Scott.Weber Workspace

Scott.Weber Workspace was founded in 2009 with a vision to provide comprehensive workspace solutions for companies of all sizes. Offering flexible work environments to meet changing needs. Scott.Weber creates conditions that are not only pleasant for work, but also for networking and mutual inspiration. It is a partner on the way to the goal, so that clients can focus undisturbed on their business and growth.

It currently operates 12 premium office centres in Prague, which boast innovative office layouts, modern design, advanced technologies and superior client care.

Media contact: Ondřej Hubatka, [email protected], +420 608 481 702

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Scott.Weber Workspace continues to expand. It will open another locations with almost 1 000 workstations

Prague, 1 March 2023 – Scott.Weber Workspace, a company operating flexible serviced offices, coworking and event spaces, is expanding. It will offer 830 office spaces in new locations in The Park and Port7, covering an area of 7322 sqm, plus an additional full floor in Atrium Flora. The Park at Chodov forms a campus of office buildings with exceptionally rich amenities. Due to the nature of the companies located there, the location is referred to as “Prague’s Silicon Valley”. Port7, on the other hand, is a newly built complex in Holešovice, which is considered to be Prague’s new waterfront. And it is, for example, the only place in Prague that can be reached by seven modes of transport. The Atrium Flora concept, which houses offices in a shopping centre building, is being expanded by another floor due to its great popularity.

Scott.Weber Workspace will operate 12 centres with a total area of over 35,000 sqm and almost 5,000 workplaces in the first half of the year. The company’s primary focus is on private flexible offices, where clients can change the number of workstations in pre-fitted offices according to their current needs, rather than committing to five or seven year contracts as with conventional offices. In addition to private offices, Scott.Weber also offers coworking and event spaces, as well as the option of setting up a virtual headquarters.

The Park offers workspace in the middle of the park

The Park campus is adjacent to the Westfield Chodov shopping centre. It is a location designed as a park. “It is a park, literally. The last time a new park was created in Prague was 80 years ago,” says Adam Zvada, CEO of Scott.Weber Workspace. The central part of the campus is lined with cafes, restaurants but also a fitness centre, pharmacy, dry cleaners, newsagents and other services. There are also sports facilities for volleyball, golf and other active pastimes in a natural setting. Even the indoor spaces are conceived in connection with nature, whether they are design meeting rooms, relaxation zones or coworking spaces. “And it’s not just about connecting with nature. We’ve also prepared unique gaming-style shared spaces not only for PC gamers, but also for those who enjoy active PC gaming. They have a golf tee-off simulator at their disposal,” adds Adam Zvada.

Meeting room on the water and commuting to work by boat

Port7 is in many ways a unique office project that stands out in the Czech Republic. Scott.Weber will offer a space conceived as a harbour, where the overall impression is provided by a large number of even apparent design details. Roof terraces overlooking the Holešovice embankment are also a great advantage. The private terrace will have a bar and will be ideal for corporate and private events “Companies will be able to book a meeting room directly on the water in the harbour. They will also have the opportunity to commute to work by regular boat service,” says Adam Zvada of Scott.Weber Workspace. The regular shipping line is one of the modes of transportation. Within a 50-metre radius, people can commute by train, metro, tram, bus and, of course, car. There is also a newly renovated cycle path and a jogging track leading to the Stromovka. Athletes can try some of the water sports, such as paddleboarding. Gastro enthusiasts will be able to enjoy a new restaurant concept featuring cuisine from around the world. There will also be fitness and wellness service companies, a nursery, a pharmacy and more.

Pleasant offices motivate commuting to work

Most employees only want to commute a few days a week. They expect to spend a pleasant day in the office with their colleagues. However, they often differ with their employers on what such an office working environment should look like. More than half (52%) of workers find the space inadequate, and most miss having a place to take breaks and relax. In contrast, 78% of employers believe their employees are satisfied with their office facilities.  The Ipsos survey conducted for Scott.Weber Workspace via Instant Research further compares employee and employer attitudes within the hybrid work model trend[1].

“Modern-minded bosses are realizing what perhaps all studies and analysis say. Employee productivity increases, or at least doesn’t decrease, when they have the opportunity to take a quick break in a relaxation zone. Shared design spaces that encourage creativity also have a positive effect. Unfortunately, some conservative managers think that space with desks and computers is efficiently used and non-work spaces are unnecessary and actually expensive. The opposite is true and more and more companies are realizing this. This change in thinking is also coming with the generational change and the emergence of millennials and Generation Z,” explains Adam Zvada of Scott.Weber Workspace.

 

About Scott.Weber Workspace

Scott.Weber Workspace was founded in 2009 with a vision to provide comprehensive workspace solutions for companies of all sizes. Offering flexible work environments to meet changing needs. Scott.Weber creates conditions that are not only pleasant for work, but also for networking and mutual inspiration. It is a partner on the way to the goal, so that clients can focus undisturbed on their business and growth.

It currently operates 12 premium office centres in Prague, which boast innovative office layouts, modern design, advanced technologies and superior client care.

Scott.Weber Workspace

Scott.Weber Workspace was founded in 2009 with a vision to provide comprehensive workspace solutions for companies of all sizes. It offers flexible work environments to meet changing needs. Scott.Weber creates conditions that are not only pleasant for work, but also for networking and mutual inspiration. It is a partner on the way to the goal, so that clients can focus undisturbed on their business and growth.

It currently operates 12 premium office centres in Prague, which boast innovative office layouts, modern design, advanced technologies and superior client care.

Media contact:

Ondřej Hubatka, [email protected], +420 608 481 702

[1] The survey was conducted by Ipsos Instant Research in December 2022 on a sample of 525 employees and 108 employers.

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Scott.Weber controls one third of coworking spaces in Prague. It has taken over a competitor in Karlin

Scott.Weber controls one third of coworking spaces in Prague. It has taken over a competitor in Karlin

The company’s ambition is to operate half of the market within two years, and this year it plans to open two more locations – in Holesovice and Chodov.

Scott.Weber, the largest Czech provider of flexible offices, so-called coworking spaces, has opened its twelfth centre. It has taken over the space in the Rustonka office complex in Prague’s Karlin district from its foreign competitors and operates a 35,000 sqm space for 4,400 users. It controls one third of the total coworking market.

The original operator of the flexible offices in Rustonka, the German company New Work, closed its operations for economic reasons. On this occasion, Scott.Weber also agreed with Citrix Corporation to take over their premises in the same building. The coworking company now operates two floors with an area of nearly 4,300 sqm, and in Karlin it is the third centre of the same operator after Praga Studios and Praga Office Garden.

The demand for flexible offices has been growing year on year, and we ourselves have seen a year-on-year increase of more than 200 percent. Post-pandemic times have accelerated development and our prediction is that flexi offices will be the solution for more and more companies in the future. Therefore, we want to expand not only in Prague, but also gradually in other regions of the Czech Republic. Our ambition is to grow by fifty percent in the next two years,” says Adam Zvada, owner of Scott.Weber. The company’s ambition is to operate half of the market within two years.

According to Zvada, the current crisis confirms a growing trend where employers do not want to sign up office landlords for years in advance, but at the same time want to ensure the growing demands of employees on the working environment.
At Rustonka, clients have access to private spaces, event spaces, a gym, etc., in addition to workspaces. A rooftop terrace for events is a bonus.

Rustonka office building in Prague’s Karlín district

Rustonka clients are becoming part of the Scott.Weber professional community, which already includes nearly four thousand clients. They can connect via the community app Member Portal, where they can book meeting rooms or parking at all the centres, follow the calendar of scheduled events and communicate with each other. We are also developing an app for the clients themselves to reserve seats for their employees in what we call the rotating office,” says Zvada.

Scott.Weber counts two other upcoming locations – Port 7 in Holesovice and The Park in Chodov, which are due to open in the first half of this year. The coworking operator plans to expand in several existing locations, including Flora and City Element in Pankrac.

“So, in total, 2022 for Scott.Weber Workspace will mean an increase of another sixteen thousand to the current final 35,100 sqm, which represents a truly remarkable eighty percent increase in space. These figures confirm that 2022 was a growth year,” adds Zvada for CzechCrunch.

He also mentions that the total capacity of jobs should exceed five thousand and the occupancy rate of the premises is recorded at ninety-two percent. Scott.Weber does not comment on specific sales figures, but last year they should have increased by forty-four percent. This year, the coworking operator plans to continue its acquisitive growth.

First of all, the development in the shared office and coworking segment is not complete, and secondly, the Czech market in general is fatally lacking in the premium services segment. We are trying to offer such services. I predicted the consolidation of the market at the beginning of 2019, it is a standard development in a new, dynamically growing industry, where the successful and strong continue to strengthen and the unsuccessful, hence too small providers end… Or are simply absorbed,” adds Zvada.

Scott.Weber Workspace

Scott.Weber Workspace was founded in 2009 with a vision to provide comprehensive workspace solutions for companies of all sizes. It offers flexible working environments to meet changing needs. Scott.Weber creates conditions that are not only pleasant for work, but also for networking and mutual inspiration. It is a partner on the way to the goal, so that clients can focus undisturbed on their business and growth.

It currently operates 13 premium office centres in Prague, which boast innovative office layouts, modern design, advanced technologies and superior client care.

Media contact: Ondřej Hubatka, [email protected], +420 608 481 702

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Scott.Weber takes on the competition and consolidates its position as number one. Aims to have 50% of the market within two years

Scott.Weber Workspace, the largest and purely Czech provider of flexible offices, has taken over space in the well-known Rustonka office complex in Prague’s Karlin district from international competitors. This is the twelfth centre that Scott.Weber is opening. In total, the office giant now operates 34,694 sqm of space for 4,400 users in prime Prague locations, representing 33% of the total flexible office market.

In Prague’s dynamic Karlin district, in the Rustonka complex, Scott.Weber took over the space from its predecessor, New Work. The latter left Rustonka for economic reasons. At the same time, Scott.Weber agreed with the multinational corporation Citrix, which is located on the third floor of the building, to take over their offices as well. The combined space creates a unique concept with two floors of 4,297 m2. It offers flexible rental of offices, event spaces and individual workspaces. By upgrading the space to premium standards, Scott.Weber wants to activate the potential of the location, which until now has remained untapped.

“The demand for flexible offices is growing year on year. We ourselves have seen a year-on-year increase of more than 200%. The post-pandemic era has accelerated development and our prediction is that flexi offices will be the solution for more and more companies, large, medium-sized, in the future, as well as small, start-up companies. Therefore, we want to expand not only in Prague, but also gradually in other regions of the Czech Republic. Our ambition is to grow by 50% in the next two years,” says Adam Zvada, owner of Scott.Weber, adding: “The current crisis only confirms a trend that is slowly but surely growing, namely that employers are no longer willing to subscribe to traditional office space landlords for years, while at the same time ensuring the increasing demands of employees on the working environment.”

Scott.Weber in Karlin. For the third time

Scott.Weber becomes one of the largest tenants of Karlin’s office space. The Praga Studios and Praga Office Garden centres will be complemented by Rustonka. This is the third centre in the district under the Scott.Weber banner. The total area of their centres operated in Karlin has grown to 9,975 sqm. Scott.Weber offers 1,300 jobs in this location.

In Karlin Rustonka, those interested in coworking, private office and office suite will find their own for smaller and medium-sized companies to move in immediately, as well as private floors for larger companies requiring their own input, branding, and turnkey space solutions. Of course, there is a design lounge, event space, gym, PS4 game room, focus rooms for undisturbed work, and team rooms for brainstorming. An attractive bonus is the roof terrace for events with a view of Karlin.

“Rustonka’s clients become part of the Scott.Weber professional community, which already includes nearly 4,000 clients. They can connect through the Member Portal community app, where they can book meeting rooms or parking at all the centres, follow the calendar of scheduled events and communicate with each other. We are also developing an app for the clients themselves to book spaces for their employees in the so-called rotating office,” explains Adam Zvada.

A big advantage of Rustonka is the ample parking spaces and the walking distance not only to the metro, but also to the cycle path by the river. The piazzetta of Rustonka is also enhanced by a unique artwork by sculptor Jiří Příhoda called “Vista Mars”. The monumental rotating sculptural object, 7.3 metres high and 12.2 metres in diameter, symbolises a residential model for life on the planet Mars.

“The variation of the new centre’s space brings a tailor-made working environment for companies of all sizes and individuals who desire an inspiring coworking experience. Larger companies will appreciate the private entrance, branding and privacy. The premium common areas are a place for networking and unforgettable events,” adds Martin Holý, COO of Scott.Weber.

The Rustonka office centre joins a series of eleven Scott.Weber centres in Prague. Other upcoming centres include Port 7 in Holesovice and The Park in Chodov, both of which will open during the first half of next year.

About Scott.Weber Workspace

Scott.Weber Workspace was founded in 2009 with a vision to provide comprehensive workspace solutions for companies of all sizes. Offering flexible work environments to meet changing needs. Scott.Weber creates conditions that are not only pleasant for work, but also for networking and mutual inspiration. It is a partner on the way to the goal, so that clients can focus undisturbed on their business and growth.

It currently operates 12 premium office centres in Prague, which boast innovative office layouts, modern design, advanced technologies, and superior client care.

 

Media contact: Ondřej Hubatka, [email protected], +420 608 481 702

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