New Delhi: The co-operating firm Inspire Co-Spaces will invest around 20 million by March next year to set up seven centers consisting of almost 2,500 desks to meet the growing demand for flexible workspace, founder Amit Sathe said on Saturday. said.
It launched its first two centers in Goregaon and Belapur in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), consisting of 78,000 square meters of office space and nearly 1,000 workstations.
Sathe said the company will start two new centers in Andheri and Thane next month. These two facilities are approximately 19,000 square feet in size and have approximately 400 desks.
“We plan to open three centers in Pune, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru next year,” he said, adding that the demand for flexible workspace will increase. COVID-19 pandemic.
The total area in these three centers is about 49,000 square meters with seating for about 1000 people.
Sathe said the company plans to enter Hyderabad, Chennai and the national capital market.
The office market in India has performed well despite the slowdown in the overall real estate market over several years. The net lease of office space in 2019 was 45 to 50 million square