Myo signs five new businesses at 123 Victoria Street, SW1
16 September 2019
Myo has signed five new businesses to its flexible office space in London Victoria, taking occupancy to 57% let within four months of opening.
Myo, the flexible office brand owned by Landsec, welcomes newly formed investment management business Devon Equity and infrastructure development company Gridworks, both of which will set up their first head offices at 123 Victoria Street, SW1.
These new lettings also see Myo provide its customisable offices and flexible leases for businesses currently located within Landsec’s London portfolio. Wheelabrator, a waste-to-energy technology business, is moving its head office to Myo from Portland House, SW1. Two businesses, including CDC, have taken space in Myo to provide additional space beyond their HQs.
Between them these companies have taken space for more than 260 desks and join existing Myo customers MedAccess, The Communication Group and Keller Williams.
Oliver Knight, Head of Myo and Flexible Office Director at Landsec commented: “Offices play a vital part in what makes a business stand out from the competition. Businesses want a workplace that drives productivity, inspires their people and can flex to suit their needs.
“At Myo, we’re helping companies create the right environment to achieve their goals in a space they can call their own. We’re now more than 50% let, ahead of plan, and we’re looking forward to growing Myo across our London portfolio, providing more flexible office space for businesses to make their mark in the capital.”
Myo provides hassle-free flexible office space for businesses requiring space for 10-100 people with a simple single monthly payment. Lease lengths range from one to three years. Myo puts its customers’ brands and cultures front and centre, as businesses can customise their space from a choice of three office fit-out styles, with their names above their doors.