Within just a few years, the coworking industry in Brussels has grown tremendously – as it has throughout the country and worldwide. New providers have injected a dose of innovation into the market, with a keen focus on comfort and wellbeing.
Coworking spaces come in all styles and formats, from hip and trendy get-togethers to C-level profiles on their day away from the office.
The trend is growing stronger by the day. Coworking spaces evolve rapidly, bringing forth new concepts and targeting new audiences.
With work-life balance, mobility and flexibility becoming ever more important for young potentials, coworking spaces seem to offer just the right answer.
But how does Brussels fare when it comes to coworking spaces? Is investing in coworking in Brussels a smart move, or should you wait and see which way the wind blows?
Well, the answer to those crucial questions can be found in our extensive report, “The Coworking Sector in Brussels”. Can’t wait? Here’s a quick summary of the report, which you can download here for free.
Brussels is at the heart of the European Union, attracting businesses and freelancers from all over the continent. What’s more, the capital has a large office stock at hand which offers possibilities for investors who want to enter the market.
The high proportion of graduates and entrepreneurial employees in the city is a big plus. Many workers fit the profile for coworking spaces and provide a fantastic target audience for investors.
So there you go: while the coworking sector in Brussels has grown at a fast pace – and broader trends such as mobility and workplace flexibility are becoming ever more important for freelancers, entrepreneurs and employees –, there are some considerations you need to take into account when deciding whether to invest in coworking spaces in Brussels.
Be fully prepared when you make the call. Benefit from the extensive expertise of Cushman & Wakefield.