Hub Australia opens 3000sqm flexible workspace in Melbourne CBD

Brad Krauskopf, Chief Executive Officer, Hub Australia

Australia’s leading premium flexible workspace provider Hub Australia has expanded its Melbourne offering to four sites with the official opening of Hub Flinders Street.

Lord Mayor Sally Capp joined Hub’s CEO, Brad Krauskopf and members onsite to mark the milestone, following easing office restrictions after Melbourne’s latest lock down.

Hub Australia unveils premium Flinders Street workspace

Located inside the heritage Ball & Welch building at 180 Flinders Street, the new premium 3,000 square metre workspace will open its doors to hundreds of members as workers return to the CBD following Melbourne’s most recent lockdown.

Members at the new site include Manpower Group and Title Recruitment.

Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp said, “City workers returning is a key element to bringing back the buzz to Melbourne. We are a city that thrives when we can come together to make connections, do business and spark our creativity.”

“The opening of Hub Flinders Street is another important milestone in our recovery and it shows the faith in our city’s bounce back from the COVID downturn.”

“Melbourne still has so much to offer and I am very pleased that Hub Australia’s new co-working site on Flinders Street is open for business.”

Hub Australia expanding with Flinders Street workspace

Hub Flinders Street is part of the workspace provider’s long-term plan to deliver future-ready adaptable workspaces that accommodate the growing employee demands for hybrid work.

In addition to Hub Flinders Street, Hub Australia has just revealed plans for two more flexible workspaces in Melbourne, Hub St Kilda Road, Melbourne and Hub Church Street in Richmond.

Hub Australia chief executive Brad Krauskopf said, “We’ve invested in creating a premium flexible workspace in the beating heart of Melbourne’s CBD and future-ready workspaces like this will encourage the city’s commercial and cultural revival.”

“Despite ongoing COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria, the time is now for businesses to meet the demands of modern workers to draw them back to offices and our CBD.”

“Demand for high-end versatile workspace is strong and we’ve already seen significant leasing inquiry for Hub Flinders Street from small businesses through to large corporates.”

Hub Flinders Street accommodates 700 members across three Hassell Studio-designed floors, which include an expansive outdoor terrace, media studio and a licensed cafe.

Sophisticated and flexible offices range from one to 100 person suites and other bespoke workspaces of up to 700sqm are available.

Boasting sprawling views across the city- from Flinders Street Station to the Shrine of Remembrance and The Forum, Hub Flinders Street offers a rare glimpse at some of Melbourne’s heritage architecture from its prime locale.