The demand for flexible workspaces has increased significantly in the recent business landscape. Companies, regardless of their size, are looking for more than just offices; they crave work environments that boost productivity, encourage innovation and enable collaboration between professionals.
In this line, Lexington has announced the opening of a new flex space in a classic building located at 35 Jorge Juan Street, belonging to Portofino Buildings. This new property is located in the prestigious Golden Mile, in the iconic Salamanca district of Madrid.
The consultancy firm CBRE has collaborated with Lexington in the selection of this emblematic location, and has led both the design and execution of the project.
The space, which will open in January 2024, covers 1,600 square metres spread over several floors, including a penthouse and terrace. Its proximity to the famous El Retiro park and its excellent public transport connections make it a strategic location for companies.
This coworking centre is distinguished by its avant-garde design and state-of-the-art technology, offering a totally personalised service. Offices adapted to the identity of each brand have been designed, together with collaborative spaces, such as meeting rooms and rest areas. According to the company, this new centre was created "with the aim of becoming one of the top-of-the-range proposals in the flexible office market".
With this recent opening, Lexington now has a total of 18,000 square metres of flexible space spread over seven locations. In addition to this new space, the firm has another four centres in Madrid and two in Barcelona, consolidating its position as one of the main references in the sector.