A prominent city-centre landmark in the heart of Sheffield is to be declared open for business after being vacant for over a decade.
The former Deacon House, which will now be known as Wizu Workspace 32 Eyre Street, shall be officially opened by Lord Mayor, Tony Dowling at a launch event on February 27.
Taking place between 5 pm and 8 pm, the event will see hundreds of creatives, entrepreneurs and business owners from the local community come together to network and celebrate the re-opening of a once run-down building.
Thanks to a recent multi-multi pound refurbishment, guests will be able to enjoy a tour of the beautifully designed, iconic workspace which comprises private office suites, co-working spaces, event space, meeting rooms.
In addition, complimentary food, and drink will be provided, as well as a free coworking day to use at their leisure.
Commenting on the launch, Tom Almas, managing director said: “We are proud to have turned an unloved building into a beautiful workspace in Sheffield. It will allow businesses to thrive at their own pace without being tied into long-term contracts.”
Natasha Babar-Evans, COO, added: “We are delighted to be part of the regeneration of Sheffield and to be a catalyst for local enterprise.
“We’ve invited a number of inspirational business leaders to speak at the event about why they have chosen Sheffield as a place to grow their business and tap into the local talent. “
Wizu Workspace, which has already developed workspaces in Leeds and Bradford, specialises in high specification, uniquely designed private office suites, co-working spaces, meeting rooms and event space to uplift and inspire creativity.
The company has redeveloped 32 Eyre Street in a bid to help businesses of Sheffield and their teams to feel happier, more productive and obtain a healthier work-life balance.
To register for free to attend the event, please visit https://wizuworkspace.com/32-eyre-street-sheffield-launch-event/.