Peel L&P has announced its flexible workspace concept – ARRIVE, is set to expand for the first time from Salford’s MediaCity to No.10 Princes Dock, in Liverpool Waters.
Following the completion of the £3.3million refurbishment of the flexible, managed workspace in MediaCity’s Blue and Tomorrow buildings, which ARRIVE operates, Peel L&P has committed to investing further into transforming the ground floor of No.10 Princes Dock into new, ARRIVE space due to be complete in February.
ARRIVE in No.10 Princes Dock will provide space for over 60 desks and will feature a boardroom, meeting rooms, a kitchen breakout area and focus rooms where occupiers can take a suite from four desks up to 12. Occupiers also have the added flexibility of using meeting rooms in both MediaCity and No.10 Princes Dock.
OBI, appointed by Peel L&P to design and project manage the delivery of the extensive refurbishment works as well as support with the re-brand of ARRIVE, will now roll-out the next phase of ARRIVE’s expansion into Liverpool Waters.
Liza Marco, Senior Asset Manager, Liverpool Waters said: “We’ve been watching the growing success of the ARRIVE concept at MediaCity and we’re delighted Liverpool Waters will be the next location to offer the same tried and tested experience to start-ups and small to medium enterprises in the heart of a thriving waterfront destination.
“As we enter uncertain economic times the demand for flexible space, where companies can quickly scale up and down, has never been more in demand and we’re sure it will be a great success.”
Ellie Stewart, Workplace Consultant and Interior Designer at OBI said: “The aim of our designs for ARRIVE at Liverpool Waters follows the same ethos of the workspace that has been successfully created at MediaCity. A design-led workspace that promotes wellbeing and collaboration, supported by high-quality meeting and breakout spaces, in tandem with proactive onsite service and an exciting events calendar.”