UNext has partnered with Awfis to setup one of its kind office space with a state-of-the-art workspace including an in-house studio and multiple phygital collaboration setups.

By Varun Singh

Awfis, India’s largest home-grown flex workspace provider, has partnered with UNext, a next generation online learning organisation focused on the higher education ecosystem. As part of this partnership, Awfis has leased 65,000 sq ft. and 900+ seats to UNext in its marquee 100th centre in Bengaluru. Knight Frank was the sole consultant partner for the transaction.

Awfis brought its expertise of catering to highly specialised and customized requirements of companies and made pioneering design innovations for UNext’s new office in Lido Mall, Bengaluru. Awfis’ Lido Mall center, also known as ‘Awfis One’ is strategically located at Bengaluru’s prominent CBD, MG Road and offers Grade-A infrastructure and unmatched amenities. The extraordinary provisions of the building include exceptional arrival experience, dedicated in-house studio and phygital collaboration setups across the workspace. 

In line with the post-pandemic reality and changing business needs, Awfis is working closely with leading startups, mid-sized corporates and large enterprises for their renewed & customized workspace needs.

“Our new Headquarters in Bengaluru will be a reflection of our values and culture. Like our aim to transform education and learning through technology, our cutting-edge corporate office will also have new-age elements to transform our employee and learner experience. We are delighted to partner with a leading player like Awfis for our evolved needs” said Ambrish Sinha, CEO, UNext Learning. 

Commenting on this association, Amit Ramani, Founder & CEO, Awfis said, “We are excited to have UNext partner with us for their workspace requirements, that are aligned with the new-age workforce. The design and aesthetics of our centres is testament to the growing focus of new-age companies towards creating multi-dimensional, interactive, and rewarding office spaces for employees returning to physical workplaces after a prolonged period of working from home.”

Awfis currently has the largest network of flexible workspaces with 131 coworking centres and 77,500 seats spread across 14 cities and is heading towards the 200 centres milestone by end of 2022.

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