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Shared Creative Studio Space on K Road

203 Karangahape Road
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Category:  Office Space
Price (Per Month) $390
  • Includes Outgoings
Space Available 1 Person
Total Area (m2) 120 m2
Address: 
  • 203 Karangahape Road
  • Auckland City
  • Auckland City
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Highlights

  • K'rd location
  • Shared creative space
  • Light & sunny
  • Spacious
  • Quiet
  • Desk & Chair provided

Description

We Love Inc studio is a shared creative space quietly nestled behind the hustle and bustle of K’rd.

The space suits individual designers, illustrators, photographers, web developers, creative tech startups, video editors - any creative or technology sorts - who are looking to be based in a shared studio space curated by We Love Inc.

We work hard but like to get out and about as well, and K'rd is a vibrant buzz of cafes, bars and restaurants to chose from, with peaceful Myers Park right on the doorstep.

Our rate is $390 per month / $90 per week, all inclusive. No fixed term is required.

Rent includes:
- fibre internet
- desks and chairs available
- 24/7 access to the space
- black and white A3 printer
- purpose built screenprinting area
- ping pong table
- shared meeting area
- storage space available
- use of shared kitchen and bathroom
- highly secure
- carpark available on request (additional cost)

You are more than welcome to visit us. If you are interested please email for more information or to make a time to view.

 

Category Tags

  • Coworking
  • Desk Space
  • Shared Studio

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