Online GP provider prescribes move to 3 Hardman Street to facilitate hybrid working
A deal for a 30-desk managed workspace in the centre of Manchester has been announced.
Push Doctor, a smart GP provider and remote consultation enabler with a reach of more than five million patients, has agreed the arrangement with IWG at 3 Hardman Street.
The space will cater for a more flexible, hybrid working solution, adapting to staff needs at the organisation, which was the first platform in the UK to offer its service through online portals.
The 16-storey building in Spinningfields is home to a double-height atrium with a bright, contemporary feel, column-free office layouts, 24-hour security, outside seating, underground parking, showers and bicycle storage.
Kate Malone, from OBI Property, office agents on the deal, said: “Ultimately, as the business adopts a more flexible approach to working, they are looking for the flexibility to upscale as and when they need with access to high end meeting rooms and breakout spaces so staff can work efficiently from different locations.
“Recently, we’ve seen a huge increase in demand for flexible workspace options as the majority if not all businesses are now adopting hybrid working solutions.”
This move will see Push Doctor relocate from its conventional workspace on the entirety of the first floor at Arkwright House to enable a more hybrid approach across the business.
Additional tenants at 3 Hardman Street include Pinsent Masons, Baker Tilly, Barclaycard, Bank of New York Mellon and Robert Walters.
Push Doctor was acquired by Windsor-based Square health, a provider of private digital healthcare for insurance companies and corporates, in January this year.