On January 25, Hemera presented its Bordeaux development project at a press conference at the Fenwick Hotel. An ambitious project, which is held in place in the former premises of Marie Brizard, in the Palais Gallien / Fondaudège district.
Carried by the architectural firm MOA, also behind the Hangars G4 and G5 in Bordeaux, this real estate project involves 11,000m2, including the offices of the accelerator Hemera, 94 housing units, 250 parking spaces and many shops… A major project, where the accelerator will be installed in a huge space of 3 floors, more than 1900m2, in the third quarter of 2018.
A new space in the heart of Bordeaux.
Entirely made of glass roofs, the feeling of weightlessness is at the rendezvous. Everything has been put to the development of startups and the development of their business, through large open spaces, promoting interaction and collaboration. Companies can also find meeting spaces, rest rooms, but also a large modular area, consisting of 3 panels that can be adapted for setting up a screen, to set up a round table or a classic stage, as needed. The events can accommodate up to 300 people, on 800m2. The large rooftop of 250 m2 can also host events with panoramic views of the city and a second bar, thus listing it in the 3 best rooftops of Bordeaux. In the centre of the building, as on the roof-top, the restoration will be provided by the Arom Group (Lacoste caterer), which is no longer presented.
Flexibility of offers for companies!
With nearly 200 workstations, the Hemera space is open 24/7 for companies wishing to work there. At present, a few weeks after the launch of the rental of workspaces, already 30% of the positions are reserved, which shows a strong interest of companies for this way of working, with affordable rates to work in open space. Package by the day, subscription of 5 days per month or with a monthly sedentary formula, the offers are flexible, to the benefit of the company.
Flexibility and no commitment of duration, private office rental offers allow you to rent from 2 to 11 positions with an all-inclusive monthly rate. The aim, once again, is to facilitate the work and development of companies. Farewell to the old lease systems, 3, 6 or 9 years old, today the “customers” of the Coworking space want more freedom and flexibility, which the founders of Hemera – Julien Parrou-Duboscq, Benoit Droulin and Grégory Lefort and David Ducourneau – have sought to offer. It is also possible for companies to live on the premises, or to rent occasional spaces to organize seminars or events.
To be seen as a showcase of Bordeaux innovation is the ambition sought by Hemera, who tries to reconcile the well-being of startups with an effective organisation.
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