Coworking provider Huddle to open in Wimbledon Quarter this Summer

Flexible workspace provider Huddle has announced plans to open a new coworking destination within Wimbledon Quarter this summer. 

Huddle provides coworking space, flexible private offices and meeting rooms for freelancers and start-ups through to blue chip organisations, with a wide range of membership options available. 

Launching in September 2024 and located within the Grade II Listed former fire station, Huddle Wimbledon will provide a boutique workplace offering, including a range of private offices and membership types. 

This includes a new ‘Café Coworking’ membership, which coincides with the launch of their new on-site Huddle Café.  The initiative provides a range of benefits including meeting room credits, enhanced WiFi, access to coworking facilities and complimentary tea, coffee and pastries for £30 a month.   Huddle Wimbledon’s offering: The Fire Station Café, will be located on Queens Road and will open later this summer.

Amar Shah, General Manager, Huddle, said: “The expansion of Huddle has been a long-held ambition of the team, but it was a question of finding the right time and the right place.  With changing patterns of working, these near-home locations with excellent transport connections allow Huddle to provide workspace solutions designed around the needs of today’s businesses and their employees.   We are thrilled with the level of interest already received, with a significant number of pre-lets completed.”

Huddle is owned and operated by Romulus, a workspace provider with over one million square feet of real estate across London and has sites both in Fulham and Hammersmith.

For more information, visit the Huddle website.