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Nairobi Garage Opens 3rd Co-working Space in Karen

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Nairobi Garage Opens 3rd Co-working Space in Karen

Nairobi Garage has announced the opening of its third co-working premise in Karen.

Located at the lush green office development of Watermark Business Park, the new space occupies 14,000 sq ft of workspace, making the total workspace provided by Nairobi Garage across its three locations at 60,000 sq ft.

The new space is also designed to maximize functionality for resident companies featuring 18 private offices and 150 desks, high-speed internet, 24/7 access to members while offering a triangular network spanning Nairobi, with members able to move freely between the three hubs.

“We’re pleased to open the doors of Nairobi Garage // Karen to the city’s business community.  Our three locations now mean that members can work from any side of town, and quickly set up operations and a presence all across the city.  Over and above the handpicked locations, Nairobi Garage has been deliberate about ensuring every square inch of our space is optimized for productivity giving members a world-class creative home to scale and innovate,” says Hannah Clifford, director of Nairobi Garage.

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Launched in 2014, Nairobi Garage is home to over 100 companies across both of its current locations. Barely a week after opening doors of the new location, the company has signed up its first member, Africa Logistics Properties (ALP), an integrated specialist company that acquires, develops and manages modern logistics warehousing across East Africa. This goes out to show the rise in the need for lean and flexible office space solutions in the country.

It is also home to diverse and large enterprises such as LC WaikikiCarlsbergAcumenAsoko InsightOpera News, MEST Africa, Africa Leadership University (through its accelerator programme ALX), TLCom Capital and Ad Dynamo

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