The Hub still expanding

05 May 2010

Downtown Space, developer of The Hub at Pacific Quay, has announced that two existing tenants – MacKenzie Taylor Wealth Management and Pointshift – have signed up to take larger suites within the building as their businesses have grown since becoming part of The Hub community.

Downtown Space, developer of The Hub at Pacific Quay, has announced that two existing tenants - MacKenzie Taylor Wealth Management and Pointshift - have signed up to take larger suites within the building as their businesses have grown since becoming part of The Hub community.
MacKenzie Taylor have moved to an 861 sq. ft. suite whilst Pointshift will take occupation of their new larger space imminently. Both are existing tenants at The Hub whose businesses have thrived and now require larger and more prominent spaces.
Donny McKinnon, director of Downtown Space, commented: "This really is what The Hub is all about and the reason that we created the building: businesses join the community and flourish and then look for more space to accommodate growth or to work on new projects.
"One of the main advantages that The Hub offers is flexibility. Companies are able to increase the amount of space they require easily and quickly, which is fundamental particularly in the creative industry where the sudden win of a project or new client means that a firm suddenly finds itself  needing more space. I'm really pleased that Poinshift and MacKenzie Taylor are growing and flourishing and they are exactly the kind of tenants we wanted to play host to when we conceived the idea of The Hub.
"Much as we are always delighted to welcome new tenants to the building, one of our key ongoing priorities is to support our existing tenants and it's very exciting to watch these companies go from strength to strength."
David Canning, of MacKenzie Taylor Wealth Management, said: "We have just moved into a suite approximately four times the size of our original space as our business has grown significantly in the last year, which is partly due to the location from which we now operate. The move to our new office has been seamless, with no disruption to our business, which shows how adaptable the Hub is to its tenants'  business requirements."
Eddie Cadden, Managing Director of Pointshift, added: " We have found the positive attitude to building the local business community and easy access to digital media initiatives a key factor in committing to the Hub as our long term location."
The Hub is a vibrant, 'seriously creative' community on the banks of the regenerated River Clyde, hosting some of the country's most cutting-edge organisations, from the Digital Design Studio to Shed Media.
Offering flexible office units from 127 ft² upwards - as well as flexible leases that will suit both larger companies and individual operators - The Hub's ethos is all about building a creative community at the heart of the new Digital Media Quarter.
Businesses can be up and running at The Hub, which is a joint venture with Helical Bar, within just 48 hours of signing a lease. The Hub also has a café bar, welcoming both tenants and staff from other nearby buildings as well as visitors to Pacific Quay; whilst the Hubsquare is used to host exhibitions and events.
Source: The Hub at Pacific Quay

MacKenzie Taylor have moved to an 861 sq. ft. suite whilst Pointshift will take occupation of their new larger space imminently. Both are existing tenants at The Hub whose businesses have thrived and now require larger and more prominent spaces.

Donny McKinnon, director of Downtown Space, commented: "This really is what The Hub is all about and the reason that we created the building: businesses join the community and flourish and then look for more space to accommodate growth or to work on new projects.

"One of the main advantages that The Hub offers is flexibility. Companies are able to increase the amount of space they require easily and quickly, which is fundamental particularly in the creative industry where the sudden win of a project or new client means that a firm suddenly finds itself  needing more space. I'm really pleased that Poinshift and MacKenzie Taylor are growing and flourishing and they are exactly the kind of tenants we wanted to play host to when we conceived the idea of The Hub.

"Much as we are always delighted to welcome new tenants to the building, one of our key ongoing priorities is to support our existing tenants and it's very exciting to watch these companies go from strength to strength."

David Canning, of MacKenzie Taylor Wealth Management, said: "We have just moved into a suite approximately four times the size of our original space as our business has grown significantly in the last year, which is partly due to the location from which we now operate. The move to our new office has been seamless, with no disruption to our business, which shows how adaptable the Hub is to its tenants'  business requirements."

Eddie Cadden, Managing Director of Pointshift, added: " We have found the positive attitude to building the local business community and easy access to digital media initiatives a key factor in committing to the Hub as our long term location."

The Hub is a vibrant, 'seriously creative' community on the banks of the regenerated River Clyde, hosting some of the country's most cutting-edge organisations, from the Digital Design Studio to Shed Media.

Offering flexible office units from 127 ft² upwards - as well as flexible leases that will suit both larger companies and individual operators - The Hub's ethos is all about building a creative community at the heart of the new Digital Media Quarter.

Businesses can be up and running at The Hub, which is a joint venture with Helical Bar, within just 48 hours of signing a lease. The Hub also has a café bar, welcoming both tenants and staff from other nearby buildings as well as visitors to Pacific Quay; whilst the Hubsquare is used to host exhibitions and events.

Source: The Hub at Pacific Quay