Generator is not messing around. The long-time Britomart local and ‘premium coworking operator’ has seen tremendous growth of late and has now taken over the luxurious Excelsior House loft space.

With its own lift access and concierge, a private bar area and meeting rooms, plus a stunning, opulent interior fit out, the Excelsior House loft space is believed to be setting a new standard in coworking. Forget makeshift trestle tables – this is the way of the future for progressive companies both big and small. Among Generator’s members are Facebook, Expedia and Lenovo, alongside local companies Rice Consulting, Cyma, Tourism HQ and

The new Excelsior offering will allow residents to be part of the vibrant Generator community, but still be separate enough to allow a business to maintain its own culture. The 500 sqm of space holds offices that suit teams of 8 -14 and an open plan team space as well.

“We’re now able to cater for those seeking an occasional hot-desk right through to serviced offices, full floor plates and more,” says General Manager Francesca Blomfield. “And with more space coming later this year, we’re excited to be able to offer our community a huge range of options and space to grow.”

The Excelsior House loft is available for tenancy from October. For more information please visit


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