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The biggest co-working in Central Asia will be opened in Almaty

24 August, 2017, 17:38 1771
The biggest co-working in Central Asia will be opened in Almaty

The deputy mayor of Almaty Erlan Aukenov has carried out a detour of co-workings under construction of the megalopolis. The first object was the center which will be the second-large co-working in the world after London total area of which will be 13 thousand sq.m, reported.

In office space will be: 64 offices, 4 conference halls, an exhibition zone spaciousness up to 1000 people and a zone for children. The thought-over infrastructure includes 6 points of public catering and also an underground and land parking on 200 parking places. Office space located in AFD Plaza is intended for businessmen, startups, etc. Founders projects are the Estate Management Company and Parmigiano Group companies.

The co-working center of "SmartPoint" of 10 thousand sq.m located on Bayzakov St., 280 became the second object. It is conceptually new co-working differing in an unusual format of work.

For example, everyone can use co-working infrastructure on the first floor free of charge. There the Center of the modern arts by spaciousness up to 300 people, network for development of social business Impact Hub, an Expo-zone and also American Corner + Maker’s Space intended for development of youth, consultations on receiving educational grants and the solution of questions of youth business enter.

The system of subscriptions worth 30-50 thousand tenges a month works on the second floor that allows to use not only office space on 340 jobs, but also zones for leisure and entertainments. Here the fitness center, the yoga-hall, library, a theatrical zone, an exhibition zone, an amphitheater, a game computer zone, technological laboratory, etc. enters. 

The co-working is partially already put into operation, among tenants there are such companies as Chevron, Chocofamily, Atameken Business Channel TV, The Steppe, Relog, Neupusti, Arna Partners, consulate of the USA, the British Council, etc.