Spaces operator International Workplace Group plc (IWG) will be opening its doors at the centrally located Bremer Carrée, covering around 3,200 m² across five floors. The flexible office concept with modern design furniture also includes a café with its own barista. IWG is the global market leader for flexible office solutions and currently operates around 3,300 business centres in 120 countries, 105 of them in Germany. Spaces has signed a multi-year lease for Ansgari Haus.
Ansgari House, which was acquired and modernised by property developer QUEST Investment Partners in July 2017, is now fully let. The fashion store AppelrathCüpper will open its doors in spring 2019, covering 2,400 m² across three floors.
“The two new main tenants at Ansgari Haus are a real asset for Bremen’s city centre. They will revive Obernstraße and help provide new momentum,” says Jan Rouven Künzel, Managing Partner at QUEST Investment Partners.
“Our offer starts with a membership that gives access to the co-working stations at our Business Club. In addition, our members can rent their own offices from 16 m² upwards and use meeting rooms and the relevant technology for presentations as required,” says Daniel C. Grimm, Development Director Germany at Spaces. Spaces comes from Amsterdam and is based on the idea that success is contagious. Freethinkers and creative professionals can use the co-working environment or organised networking and business events to exchange ideas and inspire each other.
About QUEST Investment Partners
QUEST Investment Partners is a real estate project development and investment company with offices in Hamburg and Berlin. QUEST focuses on investments in commercial and residential properties with upside potential in top locations in Hamburg and Berlin. In retail developments the focus is on good inner-city locations in German metropolitan regions. The QUEST team has extensive experience in the development of high-quality real estate projects and continuously aims at increasing the real estate values of its shareholders and investors. QUEST’s shareholders are the managing directors Theja Geyer and Jan Rouven Künzel as well as the investment holding company of the Hamburg entrepreneur Erck Rickmers who is invested in real estate, equity investments and shipping. www.quest-investment.com