TALLINN - Workland Group, a provider of fully-serviced business centres and coworking spaces across the Baltics, will shortly launch the construction of its third Tallinn location. The new centre will be located in an historical factory building at Maakri 25, within the Maakri Kvartal development, and is set to open in summer 2019. Bookings are already being accepted.
Workland Maakri is based on the same coworking concept as Workland Vabaduse, which opened last August, boasting 800 square metres of space for fully-serviced private offices and meeting rooms as well as workstations in coworking areas. The historical factory building is getting a full renovation with an industrial design suited to the building and new heating and cooling systems. The location, like all Workland locations, is in a city centre environment, readily accessible by public transport and private vehicle with ample parking in the area. Opening Workland Maakri, will set the focus even more on fostering and supporting a community both within the centre and between different centres.
“All of our centres are distinctive in some way, and Workland Maakri will be a converted industrial building right in the heart of Tallinn,” said Workland Group’s development director Igor Beloborodov. “Although all our centres look and feel different, our goal is to keep the quality of Workland services and work environments at a stable high level across all centres.”
“The new generation now entering the job market is leading to changes on the market for office spaces – the need for flexible and inspiring workspaces is growing rapidly,” Beloborodov added. “We like to keep slightly ahead of trends and we’re always fine-tuning our centres.”
At the moment, Workland has five coworking spaces in operation in central Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius. “We have confirmed investments of 4.5 million euros with the aim of bringing the number of centres across the Baltics to 10 by 2020,” said Workland Group founder and CEO Indrek Hääl.
Workland, established in 2016, has current locations at Hobujaama 4 and Pärnu mnt 12 in Tallinn; Gedimino 20 and Didžioji 18 in Vilnius; and Krišjāņa Valdemāra 21-20 in Riga. The second Workland centre in Riga, Workland Telegraph, is also set to open in summer, around the same time as Workland Maakri. Workland’s largest coworking centre in Tallinn will open its doors in autumn 2020 in the seaside commercial and office development Porto Franco. Workland Group is owned by founder and CEO Indrek Hääl and BaltCap, the leading dedicated private equity and venture capital investor in the Baltic States.
Workland’s mission is to provide scalable workspaces, professional services and a supporting community for businesses to bloom in.