Talan Towers Executive Hub offers serviced offices

NUR-SULTAN – Nur-Sultan’s latest serviced offices, for-lease office spaces opened Sept. 20 in Talan Towers.

The Talan Towers Executive Hub is a 1,276-square metre space on the 22nd floor of Talan Towers. It has 23 furnished offices for rent with one to seven seats and offers services, such as IT specialists, reception, correspondence processing, Wi-Fi.

Residents will have 24-hour, seven-days-per-week access to meeting rooms, a conference room and private telephone booths, lounges, coffee point and a fitness area. The office space also offers an Energy Pod napping and rest area. It also offers dressing rooms and showers.

To meet the demand of the tenants, the office providers made flexible rental periods and competitive prices for offices.

“Today, the business world is rapidly changing; mobility and flexibility in decision making and doing business comes first. Kazakhstan is no exception in this regard; the market has an increasing demand for small premises in the all-inclusive format, where the client rents the occupied space and does not think about building the infrastructure of this office. Having caught the market trends, we were right: 60 percent of the Talan Towers Executive Hub area has already been leased,” said Global Development Director Lukasz Skowronski.

Moscow-based ABD Architects developed the interior design, which features long-range city views. The firm has completed similar work for companies including Deutsche Bank, Huawei, Kaspersky Lab, KPMG, Siemens and Visa.

“When we saw the level of the object itself, the architecture of the buildings, the design, the technical solutions, the height of the floor, we immediately realised that a unique premium product would be created. This is the level at which we can show ourselves well, we can bring something. The space meets international standards. When developing interior design, we did not want to focus on ‘localisation,’ but we really like that in our cosmopolitan architecture there is a local flavour. National features are manifested in the graphics, in the acoustic panels that were created by local artists,” said ABD Architects Interior Design Department Director Dennis Kuvshinnikov.

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The building was completed in line with newest green technologies such as energy-saving window glazing, green roofing, energy efficient elevators and charging stations for electric vehicles. Talan Towers provides 60 cubic metres of fresh air per person each hour through triple filtration as well. According to Skowronski, the filtered fresh air increases work efficiency 20 percent and employees take 5 percent fewer sick days.

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