The Work Project to manage its first Australian co-working space in Sydney, Australia

/ EdgeProp Singapore |
April 1, 2022 5:38 PM SGT
The Work Project will manage 46,268 sq ft of flexible workspace in a new development called Quay Quarter Tower.
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SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Leading workspace provider The Work Project (TWP) has announced that it will manage 46,268 sq ft of flexible workspace in an upcoming commercial building in Sydney, Australia. The development is called Quay Quarter Tower and it is jointly owned by AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund and Dexus Wholesale Property Fund.
This agreement marks The Work Project’s first foray into the Australian co-working market. The workspace operator currently operates in six buildings in Singapore, and the final fit out of its new location in CapitaSpring will be completed soon. The company also has a co-working centre in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong.
According to the AMP Capital, The Work Project was chosen as the partner to manage the workspace and they are working together on the design and fit out of the flexible workspace.
“As a new entrant in the Australian market, TWP is a leading, premium-service workspace provider and Quay Quarter Tower offers a flexible workspace location with world-class facilities and sustainability features,” says AMP Capital Leasing Director Christina Malcolm.
“Quay Quarter Tower is the perfect fit for TWP, since we are focused on design excellence and on creating a platform where occupiers can do their best work. As a co-working business, we prioritise the delivery of robust technology and a well-connected workplace with exceptional facilities for our employees and clients,” says Junny Lee, TWP CEO.

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