Arlington has opened its first flexible workspace under their Adapt brand at Uxbridge Business Park.
The business said the move was prompted by its occupiers’ increasing appetite for flexibility.
Commercial Director, Daniel Pagella said: “Launching its own flexible workspace brand would allow the company to maintain a face-to-face relationship with its customers, rather than working with specialist service office operators to simply plug a gap”.
US print and digital giant Xerox was Adapt’s first customer, taking flexible space at Uxbridge Business Park, where the company’s new EMEA Headquarters and innovation centre is located.
Adapt by Arlington offers customers desk space in a range of formats, from lounge-based co-working through to exclusive private offices for 1-14 people. Desk prices include access to Adapt’s other facilities including meetings rooms, call booths and ‘good quality coffee’. Customers can also book meeting and event spaces through a dedicated app and use new the new restaurant The Clubhouse.
“Adapt is our response to our customers’ growing desire to occupy the sort of high quality headquarters accommodation we’re known for, but with flexibility and ease of access not offered by a traditional lease,” said James Raven, Chief Executive Officer of Arlington.
“We’re privileged to work with some of the UK’s biggest and most successful companies, but as their approach to real estate changes, Arlington needs to be capable of matching these demands alongside a more traditional office”.