A new flexible workspace hub from WOTSO Workspace is about to open its doors to the hordes of Northern Beaches workers no longer keen on the commute and for whom work from home has lost its shine.
The space at ‘silicon Brooky’, at 2 Ada Avenue Brookvale, will open in February.
It follows the flagship workspace in Manly, an eclectic space using the old Royal Far West hospital building, also where Manly Observer is based.
“The location is perfect for individuals and businesses who are looking for that sweet work life balance,” says Workspace Manager Matilda Eder. “Located in the industrial heart of the Northern Beaches, less than 10-minute walk to parks and ovals, bakeries, and notable breweries such as 4 Pines. Brookvale WOTSO is situated for both work and play.”
WOTSO operates under flexible terms, providing month to month agreements with a strict no lock-in contract policy. They also offer day passes, day pass bundles and meeting room hire by the hour.
WOTSO Manly has a total of 3,000sqm sitting at 90% occupancy which is an encouraging indicator for the success of up-and-coming WOTSO Brookvale. Joint Managing Director Jessie Glew said the Brooky offering was a long-time coming.
“The Northern Beaches is crying out for flexible workspaces of some scale, WOTSO will give another reason to work near to home and the beach.”
This is not a sponsored article but Manly Observer has a commercial arrangement with WOTSO Manly and is somewhat obsessed with how awesome the Manly space is and the people within it, which is worth noting.