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Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post
Hannah Baker

Bristol Spaceworks buys up Stokes Croft co-working space

A Bristol office company has bought up a co-working space in the city for an undisclosed sum.

Bristol Spaceworks has acquired Redbrick House - a four-floor property for freelancers, start-ups and small businesses on the edge of Stokes Croft.

Redbrick House was previously operated by social enterprise PAPER Arts.

The PAPER Arts community and operations manager Amie Thompson will continue working at Redbrick House along with colleague Yasmin Qureshi.

Matthew Johnstone, chief executive of Bristol Spaceworks, said: “We’re very happy to have acquired Redbrick House and the existing co-working business.

Inside Redbrick House (Joe Clarke)

“It offers a new dimension to our current business centres, with flexible and affordable options for both solo and interactive working.

“The demographic around Stokes Croft might be changing, but at its heart remains a strong community of creatives and professionals who are seeking a collaborative working hub.

"We’re looking to continue the legacy of the previous owners over the long term, welcoming back current tenants and inspiring new ones to benefit from this valuable space.”

Redbrick House has desks, studios, a meeting room and break-out area.

Bristol Spaceworks was founded in 1985 and has five other business centres across Bristol.

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