London-based Operator Halkin Expands Portfolio with Four New West End Locations
London-based flexspace operator, Halkin Offices, has unveiled three new agile workspaces at number 14, 15 and 16 Hanover Square in Mayfair. This follows the opening of their boutique offering at 13 Hanover Square earlier in the year — a project that has proved successful in attracting SMEs looking to establish a West End presence.
Halkin’s Chief Operating Officer, Jonathan Kingshott, explains:
“For Halkin, acquiring four buildings in Hanover Square made a lot of sense because increasingly, companies expect to find agile workspace solutions in traditionally expensive London postcodes like Mayfair, as well as typical coworking hotspots like Shoreditch.
“With the introduction of Crossrail and the planned development of Hanover Square into a pedestrian hub, our latest Mayfair buildings will be in the best possible position to serve SME businesses and commuters alike.
“2019 is an exciting year for Halkin. We’ve got further growth plans in the pipeline, including a brand new fully-serviced workspace in Copenhagen, which will mark our first foray into the international market.”
13 Hanover Square
Meyer Office Solutions led the design at Halkin’s inaugural Hanover Square building, which is comparable to a boutique five-star hotel with opulent furnishings and concierge-style services. Oxford Circus and Bond Street can be reached on foot in around three minutes.
14, 15, 16 Hanover Square
Halkin’s latest workspaces are set in traditional townhouses situated on the north side of Hanover Square overlooking the gardens. Ergonomic furnishings complement the buildings’ original Georgian features and large sash windows flood the interiors with natural light.
Halkin was founded in 2015 by experienced serviced office provider Michael Kingshott (CVO). With over 100 years of combined property experience, Michael and his team of property experts have created a unique offering that reflects the current demand for competitively priced, design-led and community-driven workspaces in Central London.