Hub XV At Glamorgan CCC, Cardiff - CF11 9XR
Unique coworking space located within iconic sports venue Glamorgan County Cricket Club with packages ranging from Â£75 to Â£225 per month. The unused space at this venue has been transformed, creating an inspiring office space alongside a busy events and business community programme. Members have the opportunity to make high-calibre connections through the networking functions, seminars, recreational days and charity dinners. Members can also take advantage of exclusive deals and discounts through an online community. The centre boasts breath-taking views of the grounds and offers meeting rooms, breakout space and complimentary high-speed WiFi. There is on-site staff as well as printing/copy/scanning facilities.
This centre is set within the famous Sophia Gardens on the outside of Cardiff's city centre. Home to Glamorgan County Cricket Club, this test match venue has been the home of Glamorgan Cricket since 1967 following it's move from Cardiff Arms Park. The site is easily accessible, with bus stops less than a five-minute walk from the property. Cardiff Central railway station is a 16-minute walk. With Cardiff city centre just a short walk away, members will have easy access to a multitude of restaurants, bars, shops and entertainment to explore on lunch breaks or after hours.
- Building Features
- WC (separate male/female)
- Business Support
- Administrative support
- Breakout/Lounge Space
- Copy and Printing Facilities
- On-site management team
- IT / Telecomms
- Services & Amenities
- Conference facilities
- Meeting rooms
- Workspace Features
- Access to other centres nationwide
- City/town centre
- Close to mainline train station
- Furnished offices
- Modern building
Local Area Info
Cardiff is the capital of Wales and the most populous city in the country. Tourism is a major industry for the region and the city has been under major redevelopment for a few years which has seen the creation of many new tourist and cultural attractions. Cardiff was awarded the European City of Sport award in 2009.
Industry plays a large part in the economy of the city, particularly coal, iron and steel refinement. Other chief sectors include finance and services which, along with the public sector, have been major growth engines for the local economy. Some of the large companies which are based in the city include HBOS, The AA, Zurich and ING Direct.
They city is served by the Cardiff Airport which provides both domestic and international links. Cardiff also has an extensive road and public transportation system making it an excellent choice for office relocation.
For more information about this property, please contact us on 020 3970 9731