i2 Office, the UK's second largest nationwide serviced office provider, are pleased to announce a further addition to their growing portfolio of Grade A locations.
i2 has signed a lease with Oxford Properties for the entire building at 450 Brook Drive within the Green Park Business Park in Reading comprising 32,000 sq ft.
Green Park is a very popular location with occupiers including Cisco, HSBC, Symantec, Sun Total Systems, Texas instruments and many other world class businesses.
This new business centre is being fitted out to a high specification and is due to open in February. A wide range of office suites will be available to suit a variety of needs and budgets.
The centre will include a number of fully equipped meeting rooms, a luxury business lounge and plenty of break-out space as well as fully equipped kitchen facilities.
Green Park's location, architecture, landscaping and amenities make it a highly attractive choice for businesses. The regular 10 minute shuttle bus service to and from the Reading rail station and the City Centre as well as being immediately adjacent to the M4 makes it a particularly accessible location.
Philip Grace, the CEO i2 Office said "Until now i2 have concentrated on prime city centre locations and this is our first centre within a business park. We are therefore delighted to have secured a beautiful building in this park which has been developed and is maintained to an exceptional standard by Oxford Properties".
In addition to serviced offices, this new centre will offer virtual offices, meeting rooms and a luxurious business lounge. As with all i2 centres, Reading will be fully equipped with the latest state of the art, reliable, technology including superfast internet connectivity.
About i2 Office
i2 Office provides serviced offices, virtual offices, meeting rooms and business lounges across the UK with a strong emphasis on Grade A buildings, latest technology and the highest quality of fit-out.
Founded in 2009 by Philip Grace, a serviced office operator with many years' experience, the company operates twenty four business centres in London and major cities throughout the UK.
Further expansion for i2 is planned during 2014 with turnover expected to rise to over £40m. The business currently offers 7000 workstations and has reported profits each year since its formation in 2009.