Luxembourg coworking chain The Office has added a gym and events facilities to its third city space, Suits.
The Office, which opened its first coworking space in a converted industrial building six years ago, has forged a reputation as a flexible solution for startups, freelancers and entrepreneurs to launch their activities.
It recently opened Suits, a modern office space providing a range of business services, a few doors down from its second space in boulevard Prince Henri. And in December it inaugurated its gym and event space with capacity for up to 100 people.
“Our motto: a space to work, a place to meet – appeals to the modern crowd who focus not only on professional success but also general well-being,” said The Office founder Gosia Kramer. The gym, which forms part of the all-in coworking membership, was designed to help members maintain healthy habits.
The fitness area will be overseen by Marcus Neal, who will also lead classes in spinning, boxing and general fitness. Yoga instructor Isabelle Thiell will lead yoga classes, including ashtanga and vinyasa flow styles.
Non-members can try out the new Office Suits facilities free of charge during their open day on 14 December. To register, email to [email protected]. During the day, guests will also have a chance to network with the community during a members’ breakfast organised on the day.