The global co-working company, Spaces, brings dynamic and collaborative workspaces to the
burgeoning business area, Byls Bridge in Centurion and its community of forward thinkers,
innovators and game changers.
Spaces provides a community for open-minded small businesses, entrepreneurs and
corporate intrapreneurs who believe in the power of a community approach to idea
generation and business growth. Currently, Spaces has more than 90 locations in 25
countries around the world with another opening at South Africa’s V&A Waterfront
before the end of the year.
The prime-grade Byls Bridge Office Park, with its distinctive modern glazed white
porcelain and black ceramic tile facade, is near the Gautrain and its bus system
which makes the commute to work in Pretoria or Johannesburg more convenient.
It is also located next to the N1 highway, making it easily accessible. Its direct
neighbour, the Byls Bridge Promenade shopping centre, provides Spaces customers
with a Pick ‘n Pay, Virgin Active, World of Golf and more.
“There’s a workplace revolution happening around the world with many people
turning to inspiring and collaborative workspace over traditional
office space”, said Joanne Bushell, IWG Managing Director of Africa. “Byls Bridge is
a prime site for our South African growth as we focus on growing in the
best, trendiest and most innovative locations around the world.”
Occupying the first and ground floor, the building features collaborative areas, team
rooms, co-working space, fully-equipped meeting rooms, furnished private offices and a café. Each on-demand workspace is kitted out with designer furniture whether members need it for an hour or for many years. A calendar of professional events brings the community together to meet, interact and engage with other members for knowledge sharing and networking.
Additionally, for frequent travelers, Spaces Byls Bridge members have access to a
global network of over 3,000 flexible workspace options through the IWG network,
which owns Spaces.
“Spaces offers a work environment that is young and vibrant, while
promoting collaboration and well-being in the workplace,” said Bushell. “Its strategic
location, being among companies such as Spoor & Fisher, M&T and Afgri, will create
a synergy that will extend outside the workplace. Spaces will also meet the demand
for flexible workplaces for Centurion’s entrepreneurial millennials.”