The concept of Dexus Place has caught on so well a fourth site will open in Sydney in October.
Dexus Place has space at 1 Margaret Street in Sydney as well as 385 Bourke Street in Melbourne and Waterfront Place in Brisbane.
When the next space opens at 1 Farrer Street in Sydney, Dexus will have dedicated 3,800 square metres to the facility.
Dexus Place is highly versatile: its uses range from business lounge and conference facility, to short-term office space and training room.
It can provide space for interstate clients wanting to meet or work, or to showcase their business in another city.
It is also represents the way Australia’s largest landlord is responding to the fast-emerging sector of co-working hubs and flexible workspaces.
As Deborah Coakley, executive general manager for people and property services, explains, co-working hubs are “traditionally” aimed at smaller-to-medium-size firms and start-ups.
“What Dexus Place does is take that flexible space to the larger organisation,” she said. “We are the next version of co-working hubs.
“That collaboration that happens in co-working hubs between people, we give organisations the ability to bring people together and get them to co-work across divisions or in strategy meetings.”