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A newly-opened digital hub in Lincoln is bursting into life having welcomed its very first tenants inside.
Mosaic is a £1.8 million co-working space developed for digital businesses and sits in the heart of the city centre, in Thomas Parker House on Silver Street.
It’s been developed collaboratively by the digital community in Lincoln, working together with Lincolnshire Co-op and Lincolnshire County Council. The ground and first floor of the building are now completely refurbished and offer a variety of spaces designed with growing tech and digital firms in mind.
Flagship tenant school management information system (MIS) provider ScholarPack has already moved in, having relocated to bespoke office space in Mosaic in August.
Lincolnshire Co-op’s Property Engagement Manager Ben James said: “It’s fantastic to see Mosaic open for business and the response we’ve had so far.
“There’s been lots of interest with over 90 tours of the building set to take place and a range of digital businesses getting in touch.
“We’re keen for Mosaic to grow as a work space, a meeting space and an events space, so going forward we’ll be working together with the digital community to see how else it could meet their needs.”
On the ground floor there’s hot desks, a lounge area with a quality coffee offer and phone booths for private calls. Exposed concrete and industrial-style fittings are part of the decor, and there’s also plenty of comfortable break-out seating and space for events.
On floor one there’s both dedicated desks and private offices, all with 24-hour access, plus meeting rooms to hire and access to ground floor facilities.
Watch this video to take a virtual walk-around Mosaic yourself.
For more information about Mosaic or to register your interest in a tour of the building, go to www.mosaiclincoln.co.uk.
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