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Hub Australia Grows National Footprint with First Canberra Site to Open in 2021

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Australia’s largest privately-owned flexible workspace provider, Hub Australia, is set to expand its national footprint and has announced a new site opening in Canberra within Amalgamated Property Group’s newly completed A-Grade development, Civic Quarter.

Expected to open in early 2021, the tenancy marks Hub Australia’s tenth location nationally and continues the trend for Hub’s focus on premium level workspace partnerships with property owners.

Hub Civic Quarter, located at the gateway to Canberra’s CBD at 68 Northbourne Avenue, will occupy two levels of premium flexible office space, accommodating 300 members.

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National commercial and residential property developer, Amalgamated Property Group, are Canberra-based and have designed Civic Quarter to meet the needs of the capital’s modern worker and private corporations with its flexible floorplate options, premium end-of-trip facilities, and concierge services.

In partnership with Amalgamated, Hub will also manage the Civic Quarter Business Center, bringing Hub’s new site total footprint to approximately 2,000 square meters. Amalgamated has recently welcomed a number of blue-chip tenants to Civic Quarter in recent months, including Westpac/St George, AECOM, Ashhurst Lawyers, Colliers International, Datacom, and Indesco.

“Hub Australia’s new site is a huge milestone for the business, being our tenth nationally and located in Australia’s capital city,” said Hub Australia CEO and Founder, Brad Krauskopf. “The opening solidifies our growth plans with a total of three new Hub Australia sites to open next year, including Hub Civic Quarter, Hub Flinders Street in Melbourne, and Hub Wynyard in Sydney.

“We’re committed to providing businesses of all sizes, as well as government groups, with premium flexible workspaces that have outstanding amenity and service that help them attract and retain staff, and Hub Civic Quarter will be no exception. It’s an exciting time for Hub Australia – the changing demand for flexible workspaces is something we will continue to meet, and we have huge confidence in the sector,” Krauskopf stated.

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General Manager Phil O’Brien of Amalgamated Property Group also commented: “Civic Quarter is setting a new workplace standard in Canberra – we’re right on the city’s light-rail line, we’ve got a park on our doorstep, and the building is smart in every way. This is a state-of-the-art office address that encompasses striking architecture, functionality. and sustainability. We’re targeting a trio of sustainability ratings and wellness certifications so that Civic Quarter will take us all into the future.”

Hub Civic Quarter will provide members with a range of flexible spaces including eight large suites located on Level 2 provided with their own large private balconies, a barista service on Level 1, and a members’ lounge overlooking the expansive building lobby.

Hub Australia’s new premium space will be located within the technologically-advanced office development, which is committed to becoming Canberra’s most sustainably-driven building, aligning with Hub’s own business wide carbon neutral certification.

Other amenities expected to be popular amongst members includes a media studio, a parents’ room, a number of relaxation spaces, and premium end-of-trip facilities.

To learn more about Hub Australia and the flexible operator’s latest developments, visit their website.


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