Five years after launching, Maidenhead-based co-working operator MyWorkSpot has taken an additional 11,000 sq ft building in the town.

The business, founded by brothers-in-law David Johnston and Will Ballantyne, is currently at Clyde House which has been fully-let since last Summer.

Now MyWorkSpot has taken a 15-year lease from Hawk Investment on 11,000 sq ft York House in the town centre. Flexible workplace agent HEWN found the site and negotiated terms for the building.

HEWN director Will Kinnear said: “Demand for quality flexible space has skyrocketed outside of London. We may be back to business as usual, but flexible working is here to stay with many working two/three days outside of HQ; but this story is the same for smaller businesses who are no longer pressured to have a Central London presence.

“MyWorkSpot is a thriving Berkshire-based operator with a quality offer, supporting its members to thrive.”

Mr Ballantyne said: “Clyde House, our first venture has been 100 per cent full for the last nine months, with a waiting list too, which is why we’re excited to open a second site at York House.

“York House, just three minutes walk from Maidenhead train and very soon-to-be Crossrail station, will give us an opportunity to expand and provide similar for our community – many of whom need space to expand.

“Our new premises will provide much needed quality private office and co-working space to Maidenhead town centre, it will be best in class too with three meeting rooms including a larger corporate boardroom, café and offices for those needing one to 25 desks.”

Fitting out the site is expected to be complete by Summer.

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