Liberty Flexible Workspaces has taken over the 1,400sqm Co.Lab space on Murray Street, making it the state’s largest flexible workspace provider.
WA-based flexible workspace provider Liberty has reached an agreement to take over BlueSky Digital Labs’ Murray Street office space.
Liberty Flexible Workspaces, which operates more than 8,900 square metres of co-working space across Perth, West Perth Burswood and Joondalup, will spend $3.2 million over the next three years into the space.
The move into the Murray Street office, dubbed the Silicon hub, makes Liberty the state’s largest flexible workspace provider.
PropTech Hub WA will be one of the major users of the space, with its events set to occur at the site.
“This agreement enhances Co.Lab’s reputation as the Silicon Hub of Perth, adds value to the PropTech Hub WA membership, and now makes Liberty the market leader in flexible workspace solutions in WA,” Liberty chief executive Jamie Vine said.
BlueSky Digital Labs director Rizal Farok said the company built workspace for technology businesses, but its core business was software development.
“To provide even more value to this thriving community we felt it was the right time to hand over operations to Liberty,” he said.
“Their customer experience focussed approach to operating private offices, coworking, and meeting spaces is second to none and, when combined with our formal and informal networking and existing community, is a collaboration that makes sense at this stage of our journey and for our members.”