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Canary Wharf Group Expands Portfolio with Flexible Office Service

Canary Wharf Group Expands Portfolio with Flexible Office Service
22 February 2022
 

Canary Wharf’s newest brand will offer managed office space across One Canada Square, Forty Bank Street, 20 Water Street and The Columbus Building.

MadeFor is designed for high growth businesses that are looking for their own private workspace, as well as organisations seeking flexible space for projects or medium-term use. 

 

Citi to Rent Flexible Office Space

 

The brand’s first customer is Citi, who will take 5,000 sq. ft at Forty Bank Street while Citi Tower, its UK and EMEA headquarters is being refurbished.

Shobi Khan, CEO, Canary Wharf Group (CWG) said: “We now offer our customers any type of solution to meet their needs – from taking a few desks in our L39 community to managed services via the MadeFor platform to a bespoke sustainable build to suit.

“CWG can deliver a sustainable solution to meet the exact needs of the customer – and we can do it with the benefit of decades of in-house experience.” 

MadeFor will provide a furnished and dressed workspace that’s ready for immediate occupation, or a more bespoke solution. Services such as cleaning, Wi-Fi and IT services, full maintenance and ‘handyman’ services, and refreshments can all be included.

Picture: a rendered image showing the inside of a co-working space, with meeting areas visible. Two people can be seen seated in a private meeting area. Another person is seated with a laptop. Image Credit: Canary Wharf Group

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 22 February 2022

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