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B:HIVE | Co-Working Smales Farm

72 Taharoto Rd, Smales Farm
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Category:  Office Space
Price (Per Month)
  • Price is Negotiable
Space Available 1 - 10 People
Total Area (m2) 3,000 m2
  • 72 Taharoto Rd, Smales Farm
  • Takapuna
  • North Shore City
Secure your space in this state of the art building.

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  • Lisa Bryan
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2019 Special Offer - sign up up to a dedicted desk for a minimum of 3 months and we'll give you the first month free!

The BHIVE is New Zealand’s largest and smartest co-working building, home to a vibrant community of over 800 employees across 75 businesses, and growing.

The B:HIVE delivers a big corporate environment to small to medium businesses through state of the art technology, cutting edge meeting and event spaces and infrastructure and amenity usually only the reserve of big corporates. It’s a fantastic environment in which to empower your business, no matter what the size.

The rate for a dedicated desk is  $775+GST/month total gross rent per desk. total gross rent includes:

- Utilities
- Power
- Ultra fast WIFI & internet usage
- Cleaning
- Concierge services
- Furniture for all employees (desk, chair, under desk storage)
- On floor meeting facilities
- Kitchen facilities and over 3000m2 of fully furnished shared space and amenity
- Access to a carefully curated schedule of events and activations that deliver value to your business and your employees in the B:HIVE's state of the art events facilities.

The B:HIVE is a turn key solution and a fantastic environment in which to empower your business. But don't just take our word for it, listen to what tenants in the B:HIVE have to say about it -



Category Tags

  • Coworking
  • Desk Space


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