Called “The Office: Cowork + Lifestyle,” List Sotheby’s International Realty Philippines introduced the newest addition to their portfolio–a coworking space that offers not just an elegant and green working environment, but also an office that caters lifestyle.
Whether it is an open workspace, private cubicles, or virtual offices, The Office provides a flexible workspace and modern interiors for tenants and clients to feel comfortable and work efficiently.
The fact that it is located at the heart of BGC, the hub of multinational offices, luxury residential towers, and posh commercial strips, List Sotheby makes it sure that The Office will provide its clients cost-efficient solutions with better quality.
“The workspace industry is fast growing in the Philippines and with The Office in our portfolio, we are able to provide more and better options to our clientele. This allows to provide our clients with cost-efficient solutions right in the heart of the growing financial capital of Metro Manila – BGC. With the cost of office space in the area continuously climbing, The Office is a sensible alternative without sacrificing on the quality; it’s like your own office made even better,” said Meg Impat, Marketing Manager of List Sotheby.
The Office, just like any other listing company, also comes with different amenities–meeting rooms, a pantry, reception, lounge and breakout rooms, 24/7 security system, and a reliable internet connection of up to 800 mbps, that its clients and tenants can access.
But what makes it unique is that it has a circuit training gym that comes with an instructor and a cafe that provides premium third wave coffee, for free depending on what package a client will purchase.
For more details and inquiries about The Office, interested clients may contact the List Sotheby’s International Realty Philippines Leasing Department at 09778096003 or at [email protected].
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